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After you have waited the required time frames, paid the response fee, and attended the Parenting
(if you have children) you can submit a Consent Decree
by mail or you can set a hearing
on the Internet at http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/ezCourtForms/
, or call 602-372-3332 to schedule a time to come to court and
have your paperwork signed during a hearing.
You can choose how you want to obtain your final judgment or decree if your case is filed at the Downtown
Phoenix Courthouse, Southeast Courthouse, Northeast Courthouse or the Northwest Courthouse.
- Consent Decree by Mail: If you want a Consent Decree signed without coming to the courthouse, you can
mail your paperwork to Family Court Administration, 201 W., Jefferson, 6th floor, Phoenix Arizona 85003
(Phoenix or Northeast cases) or 14264 W. Tierra Buena Lane, Surprise, Arizona 85374 (Northwest cases).
For Mesa cases you can submit your paperwork to Family Court Administration, 222 E. Javelina Drive, Mesa,
Arizona 85201 to Suite 1300.
You can also submit the paperwork at the above address between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The final judgment/decree
will be mailed back to you in the envelopes you provide. This process takes approximately one week.
- Consent Decree on Demand: You can schedule a hearing time to have your consent decree signed* on the
Internet at http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/ezCourtForms/, or by calling 602-372-3332. If you call to schedule your hearing
before noon, your hearing can be scheduled for as soon as the following day.
At the time of your hearing, you will report to the Default room on the 3 rd floor at 201 W. Jefferson if
your case is filed at the Downtown Phoenix Courthouse. If your case was filed at the Northwest Courthouse you will report to the Information Center. If your case was filed at the Mesa Courthouse you will report to
Suite 1300. If your case was filed in the Northeast court you will report to the Family Court Administration
window. You must prepare and bring your documents signed by all parties with you to your hearing. Please
note that you may be at the Courthouse for up to 2 hours.