e-Serve Changes effective March 8, 2014
On February 24, 2014 Administrative Order 2014-23 was signed instituting changes to Rule 5(c)(2)(D) with an effective date of March 8, 2014.
The Administrative Order sets forth the following:
- Any attorney of record may be electronically served through AZTurboCourt on or after March 8, 2014.
- Service is complete upon transmission, and an additional five calendar days shall be added to any period of time prescribed by these rules to do some act or initiate some proceeding.
- Any provisions of this Order that are inconsistent with the Arizona Rules of Court shall supersede procedural requirements of the rules.
To comply with A.O. 2014-23, AZTurboCourt software has been updated with the following:
- Language stating “the Court DOES NOT REQUIRE consent by attorneys for receipt of electronic service of pleadings and other documents through AZTurboCourt”
- The checkbox indicating the filer has permission to e-serve has been removed
- A link to Administrative Order 2014-23 has been added
To ensure the e-Serve document notification email is received please add the following email address to your approved email list:
For more information on e-Serve functionality, please click here.
For training resources please click here.
NEW! Fee Waiver/Deferral Functionality (All e-Filing Applications)
New functionality has been put in place to allow parties who have an ACTIVE Order Waiving or Deferring Fees to be able to file using AZTurboCourt. This functionality is available for subsequent filings in the Superior Courts and for initiating and subsequent filings in the AZ Supreme Court and Court of Appeals Division 1. The Order for Waiver or Deferral must be valid for the document or case the filer is filing into. This functionality will suppress all filing fees and the application fee for the Appellate Court and the application fee in the Superior Court. In Superior court, if the filer checks the box indicating they have an active Order but the submission they are filing requires a filing fee, they will not be able to continue and must file in paper at the court. If the filer does not have an active Order Waiving or Deferring Fees, they MUST NOT check the box.
Payment Processing in AZTurboCourt
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Payments can be made in AZTurboCourt using a debit or credit card for filers who do not have a PayPal account. The credit card can now be stored in the system with a “nickname” and used for AZTurboCourt filings.
Choose from the following links below for more information:
For more information, you may contact Customer Support at 602-452-3519 or 1-800-720-7743.
Print Forms for Justice Courts
The counties listed below have Print Form Services available for their Justice Courts. This application walks those filing small claims, civil lawsuits (up to $10,000) and eviction actions through a questionnaire process that will prepare accurately formatted forms for filing at the court.
Coconino County Superior Court (Family Law)
Apache County Justice Courts
Cochise County Justice Courts
Coconino County Justice Courts
Gila County Justice Courts
Graham County Justice Courts
Greenlee County Justice Courts
La Paz County Justice Courts
Maricopa County Justice Courts
Mohave County Justice Courts
Navajo County Justice Courts
Pima County Justice Courts
Pinal County Justice Courts
Santa Cruz County Justice Courts
Yuma County Justice Courts
Click here to access forms.