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Resources

If you are looking for general information on Arizona divorce or other family law issues, here are some good places to start. If you have specific questions, or you need more information, please contact our office to schedule an initial consultation at (480) 207-5923. 

Arizona Revised Statutes

The Arizona Revised Statutes set forth Arizona’s laws, separated by titles.  Marital and Domestic Relations is governed by Title 25. 

Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure

The Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure became effective on January 1, 2006 and since then, the rules committee has made amendments to the rules.  Here, you can learn about the rules governing motions for temporary orders, motions for post-decree filings, when you can invoke the rules of strict evidence, etc. Such rules apply to all family law cases.  On this website, the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure are approximately the tenth (10th) choice down.  

Maricopa County Superior Court

Obtain family law case information for Maricopa County, download Self-Help forms from the Self-Service Center, find information about judges, obtain directions to the Court, and other useful information.

Maricopa County Clerk of the Court

This website provides information for Maricopa County relating to filing fees, legal forms, support services, how to locate minute entries, how to obtain a payment history and other helpful information. 

Maricopa County Recorder’s Office

Locate public documents within Maricopa County, find out how to record documents and other useful information.​

Pinal County Superior Court

Obtain family law case information for Pinal County, download Self-Help forms from the Self-Service Center, find information about judges,  obtain directions to the Court, and other useful information.

Pinal County Recorder's Office

Locate public documents within Pinal County, find out how to record documents and other useful information.  

Parenting Time Plans

These Model Parenting Plans (now called “Planning for Parenting Time:  Guide for Parents Living Apart”) were created by a Supreme Court Committee and updated in 2009. The plans recognize the different needs of children at various ages and stages of development. These plans should be reviewed by ALL divorcing or never-married couples with children.

Arizona Judicial Department - Arizona Child Support Calculator

Calculate your child support obligation using the Arizona Child Support Guidelines.

ezCourtForms

An interactive program that will help you complete needed forms. You can use these forms instead of the forms from the Law Library Resource Center.

Zillow

An informative site to help determine the value of real estate.

Kelley Blue Book

Find the Trade-In value or Private-Party value of a vehicle. 

Annual Credit Report

This site provides free credit reports from all three major credit reporting agencies.