Judgment Absolute Divorce Form PDF Details

Are you considering a divorce but feeling uncertain about how to get the process started? It may seem intimidating, but is actually quite simple. A judgment absolute divorce form is a standard legal document that facilitates the dissolution of marriage in England and Wales. In this blog post, we will provide an overview of what information should be included in the form as well as a step-by-step guide on how to fill it out correctly for submission in court. Read on to learn more about how you can make sure your filing is done properly so your journey towards independence begins with smooth sailing.

Form NameJudgment Absolute Divorce Form
Form Length1 pages
Fillable fields0
Avg. time to fill out15 sec
Other namesnc aoc waiver of extradition form, aoc cv 710 form, 710 aoc cv, nc courts form aoc cv 710

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File No.

In The General Court Of Justice

District Court Division

Name Of Plaintiff


Name Of Defendant




G.S. 50-10(e)

NOTE TO CLERK: This form is drafted for granting absolute divorce when plaintiff's verified complaint alleges all of the required facts and the plaintiff proves service of the summons and complaint, and notice of hearing, if required. If plaintiff's complaint is not verified or if the complaint does not allege all of the facts necessary, the clerk should not enter a judgment.


This case was heard by the undersigned Clerk of Superior Court upon the Plaintiff's complaint for an Absolute Divorce. From the verified complaint and other evidence presented the Court finds the following facts:

1.The defendant was properly served with the Summons and Complaint in this action as provided by the Rules of Civil Procedure.

2.The defendant

a. failed to make an appearance.

b. admitted all of the plaintiff's allegations in the answer. c. filed a written waiver of the right to answer.

3. The defendant is not an infant or incompetent.


a. The defendant was served with notice of this hearing as required by the Rules of Civil Procedure.

b. The defendant was not served with notice of this hearing because

defendant failed to make an appearance.

defendant filed a written waiver of the right to receive notice of any hearings.




defendant is a resident of


County, North Carolina and has


been a resident of the State of North Carolina for more than six (6) months immediately preceding the commencement of this










The plaintiff and defendant were married on or about (give date)





On the date this complaint was filed the parties had lived separate and apart for more than one year; that at the time of



separation the


defendant had the intent to remain continuously separate and apart from the





and the parties have lived continuously separate and apart since their separation without



resuming the marital relationship.



The plaintiff has requested to use the plaintiff's former name of (give name)



9.(Complete this block if there are minor child(ren) of the parties.) The social security numbers of the plaintiff and defendant are set out below

Plaintiff's Social Security Number

Defendant's Social Security Number


Based upon the foregoing findings of fact, the Court concludes as a matter of law that it has jurisdiction over the subject matter and the parties and that the plaintiff is entitled to an Absolute Divorce based on one year's separation.


Therefore, it is ordered that:

1.The bonds of matrimony which have existed between the parties are dissolved and the plaintiff is granted an Absolute Divorce from the defendant.

2. The plaintiff is allowed to resume the plaintiff's former name set forth above.



Assistant CSC

Clerk Of Superior Court

AOC-CV-710, New 11/04

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