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How to find Arizona Divorce Records

Marriage and divorce records are unique to each state, and Arizona is no exception to this. Some Arizona divorce records are restricted, which means it may be more difficult to access what would otherwise be completely public in other jurisdictions.

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Arizona divorce records are managed by the superior court of the county in which the divorce was filed. This means that if the divorce was filed in Pima County, you would visit the Pima County Superior Court, or if in Cochise County, the Cochise County Superior Court clerk’s office, and so on.

The legislature of the state of Arizona has passed privacy laws over the course of several years that restricted access to certain records. The reason for this is increased security and identity protection for those involved in the cases. As a result, some public records like those of mental health and juvenile criminal cases are restricted with limited public access available. Family, adoption, and marriage records are treated with greater leniency, although it is not as easy to access them as in other states.

Most records must be requested by mail with a proof of relationship to the person whom the case involves. You may also visit an Arizona superior court’s clerk’s office in person to obtain copies of these records. Some counties, such as Maricopa, offer online databases for searching public record. Counties may also operate with 3rd party companies that display recordings of case filings that can be found by name. Keep in mind that many of these “agencies” are third-party, and require a fee or membership to view their databases.

Older Arizona case filings may not be available online at all. These must be collected in person or through postage. These include cases filed before 1980. For cases prior to 1950, you may have to visit a court in person to resurface the case. Arizona divorce records have been kept in an organized system in the state since 1909, so over a century of marriage certificates and divorce decrees are available through the court, if not by online means.

For convenience and accuracy, the best way to search for records in a restricted state would be to visit the county court’s official website and search their directory for records. If they aren’t available, which may be the case if you live in a smaller county, then you will likely have to plan a visit to the superior court clerk’s office yourself. To begin your Arizona divorce records search online, use the above form and enter a first and last name to begin.

Arizona Divorce Records
Arizona Divorce Records

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    1. To obtain an official copy of an Arizona divorce decree you will want to contact the Arizona Superior Court in the Arizona county your divorce was processed in.

      How To Get a Copy of My Arizona Divorce Decree

      1. Contact the Arizona Superior Court
      2. Request a Copy of a Divorce Decree
      3. File for a copy in person, by mail, online or over the phone
      4. Pay the corresponding fee for the copy of the record
      5. Processing may take a few weeks

  1. I am overseas and I need urgently this Divorce decree. Is it possible to send it via e-mail as soon as I pay?

    1. In order to receive a copy of your divorce decree you will need to contact the Arizona courthouse clerk where your divorce decree was filed. They will be able to assist you with getting a certified copy of a divorce decree out to you via mail. This may take several weeks depending on where you are located. Since we don’t have a direct affiliation with the Arizona courts we cannot procure this from the Arizona courts for you.

    1. In order to obtain an official copy of your Arizona divorce decree you will want to contact the Arizona county courthouse clerk where your divorce was filed. You can also visit the Arizona county court website and request a copy of your divorce decree online, by phone, fax or via mail. If you want to obtain your AZ divorce decree online then you can use the VitalCheck service through the AZ court website. You will need to provide your full name, identification and pay the relevant fee for a copy of your Arizona divorce decree online.

      How To Get a Copy of My Arizona Divorce Decree

      1. Contact the Arizona court where your divorce decree was filed
      2. Request a copy of your divorce decree online or by mail
      3. Provide your full name, date of divorce and identification
      4. Pay the relevant fee for a certified or non-certified copy
      5. Processing of your AZ divorce decree by mail takes a couple weeks

    1. Are you looking for an Arizona divorce record for reference or are you looking to obtain a certified copy of an Arizona divorce certificate. We can definitely assist you with locating the Maricopa divorce information, for reference, if you provide us with the full name of the person in question and the approximate date of the divorce. In order to obtain an official copy of an Arizona divorce record you will need to reach out to the county courthouse where the AZ divorce was filed. The AZ court that filed the relevant divorce will maintain these records for official use.

      Certified Copy of an Arizona Divorce Record

      Contact the county court where the divorce decree was filed and inquire the courthouse clerk. You will need to show a photo ID and submit the full name and pay the relevant fee for a certified copy of an Arizona Divorce Record

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Last Updated: December 14, 2017

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