Summary judgment divorce hearings can only be done in Wake County when there is not a request to incorporate the separation agreement.
You will need to contact the clerk’s office and ask that it come off of the summary judgment calendar (summary judgment divorces are in fact proceeding as normal via Webex during this period of court closures).
Then you should file the form Affidavit for Judicial Assignment and Notice of Hearing in order to have a family court judge assigned. Then you can file your notice of hearing for divorce with the request to have the separation agreement incorporated into the divorce judgment.
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