Making a Payment


The Court of Appeals accepts filing fees through the following methods.



Payment may be made through TurboCourt ( using a credit or debit card and filing an associated document (e.g.,Notice of Payment of Filing Fee).


Payment App

Payment may be made through a payment application (fees apply) in the document viewing room located in the Clerk’s Office at 1501 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007.  









Payment may be made through check, cashier’s check, money order or cash (exact change only) by coming to the counter of the Clerk’s Office. Note that the Clerk’s Office is unable to make change.



Payment may be made by mailing a check, cashier’s check, or money order to the Court with a clear indication of the case number and party to apply the fee towards. 




Checks must include the name, address, and contact information of the person making the payment, as well as the case number and the name of the person or entity on whose behalf the payment is being made. 


Clerk’s Office contact and mailing address
            Clerk of the Court 
            Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One 
            1501 W. Washington, St., Suite 203 
             Phoenix, AZ  85007   


Note that the Court cannot accept payment over the phone. 

A receipt will be provided for every payment made in person to the Court.  A receipt provided by the Court is proof of payment.  Receipts will be created for the amount tendered. 


Dishonored Payments 

Payors will be notified if a check is dishonored (bounced).  Replacement by a cashier’s check or money order must occur within 10 business days of the notification.  Any related bank charges, as well as the Court’s fee for a dishonored check, must be included in the replacement amount tendered.  

For information about applying for fee waiver or deferral, please click here for more information.