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Randolph County - Asheboro, North Carolina

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Woodruff Family Law Group serves family law needs in Randolph County. The Randolph County Courthouse is located in Asheboro, North Carolina. Woodruff Family Law Group is experienced in representing clients in many different settings, including Randolph County.

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

    The physical address of the Randolph County Courthouse is 176 E. Salisbury Street, Asheboro, North Carolina 27203, between Fayetteville Street and N. Cox Street. This courthouse can be tricky to find at first, as the historic building (built in 1908) is set far back from its location on Salisbury Street. When you pull in, the courthouse is directly in front of you on the opposite end of the parking lot.

  • Where do I park?

    This courthouse has its own parking lot; there is no fee. The entrances are on Salisbury Street, the first being next to First Bank, located on the corner of Fayetteville and Salisbury Streets. There is another entry a little further up, closer to N. Cox Street (if you hit N. Cox, you’ve gone too far). The building is on the opposite side of the parking lot, straight ahead. Be prepared – you might have to do some walking if it’s a busy court day.

  • When are they open?

    Like most government offices, the courthouse is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., during regular business hours; they are closed during judicial holidays. Many hearings and trials may start at 9:00 a.m., but it is recommended you arrive early to ensure you can find parking and get through security with plenty of time to find your courtroom.

  • How do I contact them?
  • What can I bring?

    The Randolph County/Asheboro courthouse does NOT allow cellular phones. You will need to leave your phone in your car. Have some quarters ready so you can utilize the pay phones if needed. Because we live in the day of dialing by “contact,” it’s probably a good idea to bring a list of phone numbers as well (you won’t be able to look them up).

    Additionally, Randolph County prohibits other electronic/communication devices such as tablets, computers, and cameras – pretty much anything with which you could take a picture or video or transmit information with.

    You can bring your purse, but remove anything that can be viewed as a possible weapon – besides the obvious, we recommend leaving behind nail files, scissors, etc. It’s a good idea to check your pockets and your bags before leaving – you’d be surprised what you forgot was in there!

    You can bring books, paperwork, and other items (non-electronic) to pass the time.

    We recommend dressing in layers or bringing a sweater as it sometimes gets chilly in the courthouse.