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The Self-Service Center is designed to provide legal information and court forms for persons who are representing themselves in court. The information is intended to help individuals help themselves through the court system. This site may also help determine whether a question is best suited for Self-Service Center staff or an attorney. Court staff can provide legal information, but not legal advice.

Find a Case

Are you searching for case information? The Public Access to Court Case Information is a valuable online service providing a resource for information about court cases from 177 out of 184 courts in Arizona.


Make a Payment

Are you looking to make a payment on a case? There are several methods for making payments, whether payments are made online, with cash, in person, and by mail.


Language Access

Is your English limited? You have the right to receive the assistance of a competent court interpreter in a timely manner, whether a litigant, defendant, witness, or victim in all court hearings, clerk's offices, or self-help centers.


If you do not understand the information on this site, or if you have trouble filling out any of the forms, see an attorney for help. It is still suggested that you have an attorney look over forms that you prepare if you are representing yourself to make sure they are correct.
AzCourtHelp.org is a website that was launched on 01/12/2017 to offer basic assistance to people of all walks of life who have legal questions or need assistance in resolving disputes in court. AzCourtHelp.org is organized by topic and geographical location to help people find the court locations, forms, and other information they may need.    
The Law For Kids website was the first of its kind when it was created in 1999; and teaches youth about civics and the laws that surround them using language they can easily understand. This site also has helpful tools for parents, teachers, school resource officers and anyone else interested in the law and how it effects youth. LawforVeterans.org is a website designed to meet the specific legal needs of veterans and servicemembers. This site provides resources and general information on a variety of legal topics and on the various Veterans Court. Veterans and servicemembers in need of specific legal help may find assistance through one of the many clinics and organizations listed on the site.
LawforSeniors.org is a website dedicated to seniors, their family members and their caretakers. It focuses on providing general legal information on the many laws, benefits and legal issues that surround senior and those who care for them. AzLawHelp.org has information about civil legal issues, organizations that provide free legal help to low income clients, and other resources for people who can’t afford an attorney.
"CASA" stands for "Court Appointed Special Advocates". CASA volunteers are everyday people appointed by a judge to speak up for abused and neglected children in court. In Arizona, there are 15 county CASA programs administered by the CASA of Arizona office. The Foster Care Review Board advises the juvenile court on progress toward achieving a permanent home for a child or children involved in a dependency action and in an out-of-home placement. The well-being of these children is the highest concern to board members.