Q: CaN I get a free divorce in north Carolina if my spouse he is in prison for next 7 to 9 years. We been separated 2016
A: You may qualify to have court cost and service of process fees waived IF you are indigent (extremely low or no income) but you will still have to do quite a bit of work to do yourself which the court is not allowed to help you with. Even if you are indigent and eligible to have court cost waived, if you can swing the flat rate fee $470 to have us do everything for you (assuming he is in prison in North Carolina). Visit our site at easyncdivorce.com to see if our service is a good fit for you
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