30 day waiver for divorce


#1

Hi, I have completed my DIY divorce here in Wake County. I unfortunately was about 5 days late for getting my court date in 2011. I spoke with the court clerk and she spoke of a waiver. I have now narrowed down that I need a 30 waiver but want to make sure that everything is done properly. I am reading that I need to have the court caption included. Does this refer to the “heading” that I had to put on the paperwork? (plaintiff, defendant, file #, etc) Should I type it up just like the Judgement file? Do I write 30 Day Waiver to the right of the Plaintiff/Defendant on the form? Beyond that, it seems all she would have to write is that she waives her right to the 30 day waiting period, sign and notarize I assume? Thank you in advance for your time and info…


#2

Yes, what you have there is correct. This will waive her 30 days required service if she signs it.


#3

Thank You


#4

You are welcome. Good luck!