Forms & Resources
IOLTA Interest Remittance Report
Eligible NC financial institutions should use the remittance portal to upload their remittance reports or other documents.
Establish an IOLTA Account
On January 28, 2010, the NC Supreme Court approved revisions to the NC IOLTA Rules that will require lawyers to hold their IOLTA accounts only at “eligible” banks that have agreed to pay comparable rates on those accounts (comparability requirement). The revised rule has an effective date of July 1, 2010. For more information about comparability, see: Frequently Asked Questions about Comparability.
The NC IOLTA Program recognizes those financial institutions that go above and beyond the IOLTA eligibility requirements in their commitment to improving access to justice in their communities. For more information, see: Prime Partner Information for Banks.
The NC State Bar regulates the trust account practices of North Carolina lawyers. For more information about trust account practices, see: Trust Account Handbook.