Guilford County - High Point, North Carolina

High Point, North Carolina
Guilford County

Just because High Point is part of Guilford County does not mean that all Greensboro attorneys will travel to High Point. Fear not, for we are not one of those attorneys; we travel to High Point. We have helped many clients in High Point navigate their way through their family law cases.

What You’re Probably Wondering
  • Where is the Courthouse?

    High Point is part of Guilford County – District 18, but it does have its own, separate Courthouse. High Point Courthouse is at 505 East Green Drive, High Point, NC 27261.

  • Where do I park?

    There is a parking deck, which all visitors to the Courthouse must use. There are two entrances to the parking deck: one on Park Street and one on East Commerce Avenue. This parking deck does accept debit and credit cards, as well as cash. The first 30 minutes is $0.50. After that, the rate is $0.50 per hour.

  • What should I not bring?

    You cannot bring any electronic equipment, which includes phones, computers, cameras, etc. unless you have a Court Order stating you can. If you do have a Court order allowing you to bring in a phone (in a 50B case, for example), please have the Order with you when you go through security.

    You cannot bring a weapon or anything that could be construed as a weapon.

    There is a metal detector that you will have to go through in order to enter the Courthouse. So, it’s a good idea to leave any metal items that are not essential at home. This will make the security process much easier!

  • Where can I have lunch?

    About a mile away on Elm Street, you can find Elm Street Café, which offers American Diner and Greek influenced food. A bit further down on MLK Jr. Drive is the lovely coffee house & crêperie Penny Path Café & Crêpe Shop. Or, if you’re in a pizza mood, Jimmy’s Pizza is on N Main. Depending on your time constraint, and the weather, these are walkable. Just remember, you are going to have to go back through security, and there is no outside food or drink allowed into the courthouse, so any doggie bags will have to be left in your car.

  • Who are the District Court Judges?

    The District Court Judges in Guilford County are:

    • The Honorable Harold T. "Tom" Jarrell, Jr., appointed in 2000 and named Chief Judge in 2016;
    • The Honorable Betty J. Brown, first elected in 2008, and again in 2012 & 2016;
    • The Honorable Susan R. Burch, first elected in 2000 and again in 2016;
    • The Honorable Lora Cubbage, elected in 2016;
    • The Honorable Mark Cummings, elected in 2016;
    • The Honorable Tonia Cutchin, elected in 2016;
    • The Honorable Avery Crump, first elected in 2008, and again in 2012 & 2016;
    • The Honorable Bill Davis, elected in 2016;
    • The Honorable Kimberly M. Fletcher, first elected in 2008, and again in 2012 & 2016;
    • The Honorable Angela C. Foster, first elected in 2008, and again in 2012 & 2016;
    • The Honorable Angela Bullard Fox, first appointed in 2011, elected in 2012 and again in 2016;
    • The Honorable Tabatha Holliday, elected in 2012;
    • The Honorable Jon Kreider, first appointed in 2015 and again in 2016; and
    • The Honorable Teresa H. Vincent, first elected in 2000, elected again in 2012 and re-elected in 2016.

    ** Please note, it is not appropriate to contact a Judge directly. Let your attorney handle talking with the Judge since they are knowledgeable about the rules surrounding any such communication.

  • What are “The Local Rules?”

    “Local Rules” is the term for the “General Rules of Court and Case Management Plan.” Each County has their own, and they govern things such as forms that are required to be filed, timing of deadlines and when calendar calls are held. The Local Rules for the 18th District can be found here.

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