The Self-Service Center has thousands of legal forms available in English and Spanish. All the forms you need for a particular process are grouped in packets and contain detail instructions that explain how many copies you need to make, where to take the forms, and the necessary steps. Individual forms are also available if you are looking for a specific form rather than an entire packet of forms and instructions. All forms are in fillable format. Some family court forms are also available through ezCourtForms, a quick and easy user-friendly interactive computer software program.
There are several different ways to get the forms you need. You can download forms from this site 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.
Downloading is free but there is a printing fee if you use a public computer. Forms can also be purchased from the Self-Service Center at the Phoenix, Northeast,
Northwest and Mesa Superior Court Locations. Some family court forms are also available through
ezCourtForms, a quick and easy user-friendly interactive computer software program.
Please note: Domestic violence forms are not available online. You must come to one of the Self-Service Center locations for this paperwork.
If you already know the process you need, you can go directly to the packet of forms and instructions by clicking on the link to the: List of Frequently Used Processes.
If you are looking for a particular form, you can view a list of frequently used forms by clicking on the link to the: List of Frequently Used Forms.
Court staff cannot give legal advice or help you fill out forms. If you need legal advice or help filling out forms, you have several options:
Your completed papers must be filed at one of the Superior Court locations. There is usually a fee to file papers with the court, but it can be deferred or waived if you qualify. Before filing documents with the Court, consult with an attorney to help guard against undesired and unexpected consequences. Please see the Clerk of Court website for more information about filing your papers.
The files included within the Self-Service Center's website are copyrighted. Users have permission to use the files, forms, and information for any lawful purpose. The files and forms are not intended to be used to engage in the unauthorized practice of law. The Court assumes no responsibility and accepts no liability for actions taken by the users of these documents, including reliance on their contents. All files are under continual revision. If you are not using these forms right away, or if you plan to use them repeatedly, we strongly recommend that you check the site regularly to determine whether the files you are using have been updated.