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Certificates of Good Standing

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Request a Certificate

Rule 74, Arizona Rules of the Supreme Court, sets forth the requirements for the issuance of certificates of good standing for attorneys. A certificate of good standing will include any prior public discipline imposed and transfer to or from disability inactive status in the preceding ten (10) years. The certificate shall include any public disciplinary proceedings which may be pending.

The Division strives to process certificates of good standing within 10 business days of receipt. Number of requests and staff resource limitations may result in longer time frames.


Submit a Written Request

To submit a written request for a Certificate of Good Standing, please review all Frequently Asked Questions and complete the Certificate of Good Standing Request Form and send or drop it off to the address below with a check or money order for $17.00 per certificate requested.

Arizona Supreme Court
Administrative Office of the Courts
1501 W. Washington, Suite 104,
Phoenix, AZ 85007-3232
(602) 452-3378