Durham County - Durham, North Carolina
If your family law case is in Durham County, North Carolina, Woodruff Family Law Group can help. We are experienced at representing folks in Durham and are familiar with the local rules in this county.What You’re Probably Wondering
- Where is the courthouse?
The Durham County Courthouse is part of the Durham County Justice Center located at 510 South Dillard Street, Durham, North Carolina 27701.
- When are they open?
Like most government offices, the courthouse is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., during regular business house; they are closed during judicial holidays. Many hearings and trials may start at 9:00 a.m. Arrive early to allow time to find parking, get through security, and get to your courtroom.
- How do I contact them?
- By phone:
- Main number: 919.808.3000
- Website: https://www.nccourts.gov/locations/durham-county/durham-county-courthouse
- Where do I park?
The Justice Center Parking Garage is attached to the Durham County Courthouse. The Durham County Department of Transportation website does not list parking rates for this deck. However, other public parking decks in Durham County charge $1.25 per hour and $13.75 per day, so be prepared.
- What should I not bring?
- Weapons such as firearms and knives are not allowed in the courthouse. Anything that could be construed or used as a weapon, such as scissors, nail files, or other sharp objects, should be left at home or in your car.
- You will enter the courthouse through a metal detector. Leave metal items such as jewelry, coins, and watches at home to ensure your trip through security is hassle-free.
- The Durham County Sheriff’s Office provides courthouse security. While phones and electronic devices are not included in the Sheriff’s Office list of items banned from the courthouse, many counties do not allow these in the courthouse unless you have a court order. We recommend you call ahead of time to get the most up to date information.