Court case information for Arizona and more specifically Maricopa County can be accessed in several locations.
Maricopa County Superior Court
- View docket/ case information at the link below:
Maricopa County Justice Court
- View docket/case information at the link below:
Arizona Judicial Branch offers Arizona Case Look-up, an online service providing information about court cases from 153 out of 180 courts in Arizona. Show unavailable courts.
Arizona Case Look-up http://apps.supremecourt.az.gov/publicaccess/caselookup.aspx
The Clerk of the Superior Court maintains all court records. Viewing docket (court records) and obtaining certified copies of most Superior Court cases can be accomplished at all offices. At this link you can find more information about obtaining copies of cases: http://clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/copies.asp
Any person who has a Maricopa County Superior Court Case can register to view their own docket online at https://ecr.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/login.aspx
The downtown Law Library offers viewing and printing of most Maricopa County Superior Court case information at a cost of 50 cents per page.
In April the Clerk of the Superior Court announced that as of Monday, May 19, 2014 all departments within the Clerk of Court can be reached at:
The Clerk provides services for the court not limited to but including; accepting and maintaining court documents; marriage licenses; and family support services.
This is a list of topics on the Clerk’s FAQ page:
Register Foreign Orders (RFO)
Packets to register out-of-state (foreign) family court orders are now available for purchase at all Maricopa County Superior Court Self-Service Center locations or to download for free online at www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/ssc under Family Court forms. There are separate packets to register out-of-state custody orders and out-of-state orders for family support (spousal maintenance and/or child support), as well as papers to request a hearing to object to the registration or certain limited aspects of the order to be registered.
Once registered, support orders may be enforced just as if the order was issued in Arizona, but if one of the parties remains in and has never moved from the state where the order was issued, the registering party will not be able to modify the order in Arizona. Jurisdictional requirements must also be met before Arizona can enforce custody, or modify either custody or support.
- A filing fee is required to register a custody order.
- No fee is required to register a support order.
- After registration, normal post-decree filing fees for modification or enforcement apply.
- A fee is required to request a hearing to object to registration except on the basis of lack of jurisdiction.