CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE, or call 866-637-5341
Please select your county of residence below.
- I was involved in a probate mental health case in 2003. I was under the impression that those files were sealed yet I was able to locate the docket available for public view?
- I have sole custody of my 12 yr old daughter and my current husband has been laid off and we have no current income. Husband's company contacted him about a possible job opening in a different state. I understand that I must send a certified notification to ex-spouse but am I required also to notify the courts and/or complete a visitation modication?
- The issue of Right of First Refusal has come up. Can the Right of First Refusal be customize to fit our needs, or does AZ law always require one parent to notify the other parent when they can not watch the child during their scheduled time, even if it is only for an hour or two. Can the plan be written stating that if the absents is longer than 8 hours than the Right of First Refusal applies, but if the time is less than 8 hours the parent has the right to contact the grandmother to watch our child? The grandmother has been involved in our child's life since birth. Custody is joint. Thanks
Are you facing foreclosure, or renting a home that is being foreclosed? The Arizona Attorney General's Office has made funding available to offer legal assistance to many Arizonans hurting from the foreclosure crisis that swept our nation over the last several years. For more information about services that are available, please follow the link below.
Click here for Foreclosure Information.
AZTurboCourt.gov is a Web site provided by the Arizona Supreme Court, which contains electronic filing services and web-based court services. Through this Web site you can file a case online, lookup a case, or pay fees owed to Arizona courts. AZTurboCourt provides users with ways to access Arizona's courts, including the ability to initiate cases. Accessible from any computer with Internet access, filers can prepare cases online at any time by clicking on the eFiling link.
AZLawHelp.org gratefully acknowledges the support of our Content Contributors whose generosity enables us to pursue our mission to promote justice for all Arizonans