Arizona Judicial Branch

eFiling Information in Arizona

“Efiling is one important way that we are using technology to improve access to courts for all Arizonans,
the first goal in the Judicial Branch’s Strategic Agenda.”

- Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Scott Bales

The Arizona Judicial Branch has made electronic filing of court documents available in some counties since 2008. After years of expansion and growth, it now offers the ability to efile court documents in various counties with plans for further expansion statewide in 2017-2018.

eFiling is now mandatory for attorneys filing in the following Courts:

  • Arizona Supreme Court
  • Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One
  • Arizona Court of Appeals, Division Two
  • Superior Court in Maricopa County
    Subsequent submissions in Civil and Tax case types
  • Superior Court in Pima County
    º  Initiating and subsequent submissions in Civil case types
There are now three efiling applications available to the court community:

AZTurboCourt is currently offered in:

eFileAZ is currently offered in:

¤ Coming soon to other counties statewide in 2017-2018

¤ Launching in additional counties in 2017-2018

Court of Appeals, Division Two

The Court of Appeals, Division Two does not participate in AZTurboCourt.

AZTurboCourt forms assembly is available statewide for:

More information about forms assembly is available on our Forms Assembly Information page.