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Juvenile Law Forms
The forms available on this site are generic and may be accepted by courts statewide. Please note that each court might have their own preferred forms. You can visit AZCourtHelp.org for more information about court-specific forms.
Juvenile Set Asides and Destruction of Records
Form Title Form No.
Instructions: How to Complete the Application Form to Set Aside Juvenile Adjudication AOCJVPA4I
Application to Set Aside Juvenile Adjudication AOCJVPA4F
Instructions: How to Complete the Application Form to Destroy Juvenile Court Records AOCJVPA3I
Application for Destruction of Juvenile Records AOCJVPA3F
Instructions: How to Complete the Application Form to Restore Firearms Rights AOCJVPA5I
Application to Restore Firearm Rights AOCJVPA5F
Legal Requirements for the Destruction of Juvenile Records, Set Aside Adjudication, and Restoration of Right to Possess a Firearm AOCJVPA2H
Notice of Important Rights AOCJVPA1F
Order Regarding Application AOCJVPA6F
Notice for Destruction of Juvenile Court Records AOCJVPA7F
Notice to Parent
Form Title Form No.
Form 1. Notice to Parent: Dependency Action AOCJV114FORM1F
Form 2. Notice to Parent: In-Home Intervention Action AOCJV114FORM2F
Form 3. Notice to Parent: Guardianship Action AOCJV114FORM3F
Form 4. Notice to Parent: Termination Action AOCJV114FORM4F
Form Title Form No.
Form 5(a). Notice of Appeal (Delinquency/Incorrigibility Proceeding) AOCJV114FORM5AF
Form 5(b). Notice of Appeal (Dependency, Termination, Title 8 Guardianship, Adoption, or Emancipation Proceeding) AOCJV114FORM5BF
Form 6. Supplemental Designation of the Record AOCJV114FORM6F
Form Title Form No.
Form 7. Confidential Verified Parent Information Form AOCJV114FORM7F
Form 8. Notice of Completed Adoption AOCJV114FORM8F

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Not all forms may be accepted in all Arizona courts – you should contact the clerk of the court in which you will be filing to confirm the use of a particular form, determine whether any additional forms are required and verify the filing fees. The Supreme Court assumes no responsibility and accepts no liability for actions taken by users of these documents, including reliance on their contents.