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Voting Information

Information on voting and registering to vote.  The General Election is Tuesday, November 6, 2012.  The deadline to register to vote is Tuesday, October 9, 2012.

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Guide for Self-Represented Appellants and Appellees

The "Appeals Guides for Self-Represented Parties" is a series of five separate guides created by the Arizona Supreme Court to assist parties who represent themselves in certain appeals. 

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Tips for a Successful Client-Attorney Relationship

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Arizona Superior Court Locations by County

Find out where your county's superior court is located and how to contact by phone or online

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Arizona Resources for Seniors

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Where to Find an Attorney for Specific Legal Advice

 All Legal Services programs in Arizona differ, and their criteria for accepting cases vary as well. Find out what programs are available and where to go for asssistance. More »

Certified Fiduicaries

A certified fiduciary serves as a court appointed guardian, conservator or personal representative for one or more persons, charging a fee, unrelated to the person or decedent and is not nominated in the will.

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County Tax Assessors

Find information about your County Tax Assessor's Office and what services are available on-line. More »

County Resources for Domestice Violence Victims

Just click on your County below to find information and phone numbers for the courts, counseling, legal aid, victim assistance, shelters, safe houses and more. More »

How to Get a Certified Copy of a Birth Certificate

To request a birth certificate, you must be at least 18 years old and an immediate family member of the person on the birth certificate. The Arizona Office of Vital Records has birth and death records.. 

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Question: Where can I search to find out if the prosecutor subpoenaed witnesses for an upcoming trial? Can I get a copy of the subpoena request? If so, where would I go to get a copy?
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Question: if my car was inbounded in mesa for 30 day imbound. can the tow yard and police department keep my car for ransom due to money owed to them for storage fees. all tickets were dismissed in regards to the vehicle being towed.
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Question: Can an attorney represent someone without their permission?
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Question: I have a case going on with legal aid and I got the person served with the paperwork. The court told me to give that person 20 days to give an answer. This Thursday will be the 20th day and I wanted to know what do I do on the 21st day if the person doesn't give an answer?
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Question: My son died in Mohave county, I want to get an autopsy report, where do I get it? what do I need to obtain it? what is the cost? can this be done by mail or internet? thanks
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