New Wake Co. Forms for General Civil Litigation

by de Ondarza Simmons, PLLC on February 27, 2013

As mentioned in previous posts, Wake County Trial Court Administrator Kristen Fetter and Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Donald W. Stephens recently adopted new Local Rules for the Tenth Judicial District (Wake County). These new Wake County Local Rules contain 5 new local forms. Ms. Fetter recently held a CLE on the new rules and passed out paper copies of them, which included the new forms. You can also download a searchable PDF copy of the new rules and forms here.

Word Versions of New Wake County Local Forms

As a service to our existing and potential co-counsel who hire Ms. de Ondarza Simmons as North Carolina Local Trial Counsel, we have created Word versions of the new Wake Co. Local Forms. The new local forms for general civil litigation include:

  • Local Form 1 – Calendar Request
  • Local Form 2 – Response to Notice – Case Management
  • Local Form 4 – Stipulated Order Extending Completion Date for Mediation and
  • Local Form 5 – Request for Peremptory Setting.

(We will be putting up new Local Form 3 for eminent domain cases in Raleigh and Wake County in a later post.)

Download Word Versions of the New General Civil Litigation Forms Here

If you would like to download a free copy of our Word versions of these general civil litigation Wake County Local Forms, you should fill out the form below. Just enter you email address, and we will automatically send you an email with a link to the files.

While you are here, you should also check the box to subscribe to our free newsletter, North Carolina Local Counsel. With it, you can keep up with key developments and changes in local rules in Wake County and across North Carolina in state and federal Courts.

PLUS, upcoming issues of North Carolina Local Counsel will have additional links to the other key North Carolina State Court forms, including the new Local Form 3 for North Carolina eminent domain attorneys in Wake County.  In addition, the next issue will include an article highlighting the main points of Ms. Fetter’s recent CLE on the new Wake Co. Local Rules along with a link to the slide show she gave at the CLE.

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