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EFILING WITH THE CLERK'S OFFICE

The Superior Court in Maricopa County allows for electronically filing a document with the Clerk's Office. Options for electronic filing include the Supreme Court's statewide eFiling system: AZTurboCourt, or, in some situations (including Family Court, Tax and Criminal), the Clerk's eFiling Online system.

As outlined in Supreme Court Administrative Order 2011 - 140, attorneys e-filing Civil subsequent filings are required to e-file through the Supreme Court's AZTurboCourt e-filing application: www.azturbocourt.gov.

The following links provide more information related to eFiling:

  • Training (AZTurboCourt): Click Here

  • Supreme Court Administrative Order 2011 - 140, "Administrative Order Governing E-Filing in the Superior Court in Maricopa County": Click Here


  • eFiling Guidelines (Applies to all documents filed with the Clerk): Click Here

Please visit the eFiling Service Providers below for more information on services, training and support.


CURRENT PROVIDERS

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AZTurboCourt.gov - AVAILABLE NOW for Civil subsequent filings (Case initiation is filed on paper)

AZTurboCourt is the statewide e-filing service managed by the Supreme Court's Administrative Office of the Courts. This fee-based service is mandatory for attorneys in most civil filings after the case is initiated and will walk you through the process of preparing your court case online.

For general information about AZTurboCourt and links to register for free AZTurboCourt training, go to:

http://www.azcourts.gov/Default.aspx?alias=www.azcourts.gov/azturbocourtinformation



  Please be advised that attorneys e-filing Civil subsequent documents are required to e-file through AZTurboCourt. See Supreme Court Administrative Order 2011 - 140.

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The Clerk of the Superior Court's basic eFiling system. Available for Criminal case type pleadings, Tax Court pleadings in cases with a "TX" case number designation and for Family Court case type pleadings. Visit below for more information. All criminal eFiling must occur by utilizing the Clerk's eFiling Online site.

Go to https://efiling.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov

 
   
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