Equitable Distribution Affavit

In NC, if there is a claim for equitable distribution then both parties are required to file an equitable distribution affidavit. The affidavit requires the parties to list all property and debts acquired during the marriage. Each county may have its own required format. Here are links to several counties forms. Please check with the Clerk of Court in the county where your claim is filed to determine if they require you to use a particular form before using one of the example forms here.

NC Equitable Distribution Affidavits

Wake County Rules and Forms

Wake County (Raleigh NC) Equitable Distribution Affidavit

Mecklenburg County Rules and Forms

Mecklenburg County (Charlotte NC) Equitable Distribution Affidavit

 

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Angela McIlveen
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Angela McIlveen is a founding Partner Attorney at the McIlveen Family Law Firm. As a partner at the McIlveen Law Firm, she handles cases in family law including child custody and support, divorce, alimony, adoption, separation, domestic violence and equitable distribution. She is often called upon to teach CLE classes to other attorney and to speak at events.

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