1-800-DIVORCE Terms of Use

1800Divorce.com (“the Site”) is not a lawyer referral service. 

Nor is it a substitute for hiring a divorce lawyer or law firm.

The Site is owned and operated by 1-800-DIVORCE of North Carolina (“1-800-DIVORCE”). 

The Site offers no legal advice, recommendations, mediation or counseling in connection with any legal matter, under any circumstances, and nothing we do and no element of the Site or the 1-800-Divorce phone call connect functionality (“Call Service”) should be construed as such.

Third-party lawyers, law firms and legal service providers (collectively, “Third Party Legal Professionals”) are accessible via the Call Service by virtue of their payment of a fee to promote their respective services to users of the Call Service.

1-800-DIVORCE does not endorse or recommend any participating Third-Party Legal Professionals. 1-800-DIVORCE does not make any representation as to, and has not made any judgment concerning, the qualifications, expertise or credentials of any participating Third-Party Legal Professional.

Any use of the Site or the Call Service by you is not intended to, and will not, create a lawyer-client relationship between you and 1-800-DIVORCE or any of the Third-Party Legal Professionals. Without limiting the foregoing, any information submitted to 1-800-DIVORCE and/or any electronic or other communication sent to 1-800-DIVORCE will not create a lawyer-client relationship between you and 1-800-DIVORCE or any of the Third Party Legal Professionals.

The content found on the Site contains only general information on legal issues, and while we strive to keep the information accurate and up-to-date, we cannot guarantee that all of the information is completely accurate or current. Laws vary across legal jurisdictions and may be subject to different interpretations by different courts. Laws are also very specific to individual facts and circumstances, and the general information found on the Site may not fit your particular circumstances.