The Self-Service Center is designed to provide information and forms for persons who are representing themselves in court. The information is intended to help you help yourself through the court system.
If you do not understand any of this information, or if you have trouble filling out any of the forms located here, see an attorney for help.
If you are representing yourself, and you download forms from this site, and prepare them yourself, it is still suggested that you have an attorney look over the papers to make sure they are correct.
The AZTurboCourt.gov website includes links to the Arizona Judicial Branch’s online services, known as eServices.
The website includes links to the Arizona Judicial Branch’s online services, known as eServices.
One of the featured online services is electronic filing, commonly referred to as eFiling. The AZTurboCourt.gov eFiling service guides filers through the process of preparing case submissions by asking a series of questions in an interview-like fashion. After completing the questions-and-answers process, the system will allow filers to review their answers and make corrections as needed. The final answers will be incorporated within court-approved forms that can be printed and submitted over-the-counter or sent electronically to the receiving court.
At present AZTurboCourt.gov eFiling services provide Limited Jurisdiction Small Claims, Civil, and Eviction Action application support for the counties identified below.
- Civil Lawsuits - currently available for Cochise, Coconino, Gila, Maricopa, Mohave, Pima and Pinal Counties
- Eviction Actions - currently available for Cochise, Coconino, Gila, Maricopa, Mohave, Pima and Pinal Counties.
- Small Claims Cases - currently available for Cochise, Coconino, Gila, Maricopa, Mohave and Pinal Counties.
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While we strive to provide forms that are accepted in all Arizona Courts, please contact the court in which you will be filing to confirm the use of Arizona Supreme Court Self-Service Center forms, determine any additional forms the court may require and verify the filing fees.