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Rowan County – Salisbury, North Carolina

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

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

    The physical address of the Rowan County Courthouse is 210 North Main Street, Salisbury, North Carolina 28144.

  • Where do I park?
    Public parking is available around the courthouse.
  • 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 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 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!

    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.

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