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Where do I get divorce papers in Arizona?

You’re required to file for divorce in the county in which you or your spouse resides. If you’re unsure where to file your case, you can locate your local county courthouse through the Arizona courts locator.

What is a divorce package?

A full-service package for a dissolution or uncontested divorce that involves children or marital property will include the drafting of the following documents: Petition for dissolution or complaint for divorce. Decree of dissolution or divorce. Affidavits of property, income, health insurance, and parenting proceeding.

How can I get a quick divorce in Arizona?

If you and your spouse do not agree on all of the issues in your divorce, the only practical way to get a quick divorce in Arizona is to hire a mediator or arbitrator to get you divorced fast.

Are online divorces legal?

YES. An online divorce is just as valid as any other uncontested divorce. The process is similar to filing your taxes online. The questions you and your spouse enter into our online divorce service are used to generate the legal forms required by your county.

How much does a divorce cost without a lawyer?

The median cost of a divorce is $7,500. An uncontested divorce or one with no major contested issues costs, on average, $4,100. Disputes over child support, child custody, and alimony raise the average cost of a divorce significantly. Divorces that go to trial on two or more issues cost, on average, $23,300.

Where can I fill out a divorce form?

AZTurboCourt is an option for filling out divorce forms. The forms will auto populate with the information provided. You can then print them off and submit them to a Superior Court in your area.

How long does it take to get a divorce in Arizona?

The amount of time that takes to get a dissolution or divorce can vary from case to case. State laws require that you wait 60 days from the date of service before you can proceed with a divorce. After the 60 days from the date of service passes, the steps necessary to obtaining a divorce will greatly depend on your situation.

Do you have to put your phone number on divorce papers?

With that Order, you do not need to put your address and phone number on your divorce papers. Just write “protected” in the space on the form where you are asked for this information. You must tell the Clerk of the Court your address and phone number as soon as possible so the court can get in touch with you.

Where to file a family law action in Arizona?

Family Law actions must be filed in the Superior Court of the county in which one of the spouses resides provided that at least one of the spouses has lived in Arizona for at least 90 days.