YAVAPAI COUNTY EFILING MANDATE RESCINDED
While efiling of civil cases is now available in the Superior Court in Yavapai County through https://efile.azcourts.gov/, work is underway to add www.TurboCourt.com/Arizona as an efiling service provider. Therefore, the Arizona Supreme Court has rescinded Administrative Order No. 2017-10 mandating efiling for attorneys filing civil documents into the Superior Court in Yavapai County. See Administrative Order No. 2017-32.
For information on training please visit http://www.azcourts.gov/efilinginformation/Training. For additional assistance, please contact AOC Support Services at (602) 452-3519 or Toll Free at 1 (800) 720-7743, or Email email@example.com (Hours: Monday-Friday 7:00 am-6:00 pm, excluding state holidays.)
TRANSITION TO A NEW CENTRAL PAYMENT PROCESSOR
UPDATE: Effective February 25, 2017, TurboCourt will transition to the new payment provider, nCourt. This transition had originally been scheduled for January 28, 2017 but was delayed to provide filers with additional requested functionality. This transition will now provide filers with the ability to pay with credit cards and directly from their bank account. Filers will also be able to save these methods of payment to their profiles for future use. Any previously saved payment information will be deactivated and must be entered again, only once, after February 25, 2017 in order to resave it.
REMINDER: Saturday, January 28, 2017, the new eFiling fee structure adopted by Supreme Court A.O. 2016-148, went into effect. Information regarding these fees can be found at: http://www.azcourts.gov/efilinginformation/eFiling-Fee-Schedule
EFILING WILL BE MANDATORY IN YAVAPAI COUNTY STARTING APRIL 3, 2017
eFiling will be mandatory in Yavapai beginning April 3, 2017 pursuant to Administrative Order 2017-10. For more information on eFiling in Yavapai County see below.
For more information on this and other administrative orders please visit: http://www.azcourts.gov/efilinginformation/eFiling-Administrative-Orders
NEW FEES AND TRANSITION TO A NEW CENTRAL PAYMENT PROCESSOR
REMINDER: Saturday, January 28, 2017 the new eFiling fee structure adopted by Supreme Court A.O. 2016-148, goes into effect. Information regarding these fee can be found at:
: Since our last notification, we have heard from a number of filers regarding the need to save checking account information to their TurboCourt profile. To ensure this functionality is available to filers, we are postponing the transition to the new central payment processor (nCourt) until this functionality can be supported. Until this transition occurs, current TurboCourt users will still have the ability to pay with the payment information currently saved with their TurboCourt profile.
The additional functionality with the new payment processor will be available in approximately two weeks and additional notification will be provided.
More information on what to expect with the transition can be found at:
QUICK GUIDES TO ASSIST WITH TRANSITION TO NEW CENTRAL PAYMENT PROCESSOR IN AZTURBOCOURT
EFILING NOW AVAILABLE IN YAVAPAI COUNTY
The Arizona Supreme Court is pleased to announce that Yavapai County Superior Court is now accepting electronic filings of civil case initiation and civil subsequent documents (CV & CP cases) through the eFile.AZCourts.gov eFiling application. eFile.AZCourts.gov includes the ability to attach more than one lead document per submission, issue summons and subpoenas, generate the civil cover sheet, and other functionality.
For those of you who would like to use eFile.AZCourts.gov, it is highly recommended that you attend training!
For information on how to use eFile.AZCourts.gov, training dates and locations, click here or contact the AOC Support Center at 602-452-3519 or 800-720-7743.
Many of you may already be using AZTurboCourt to file your documents in the Arizona Supreme Court, Court of Appeals Division One, and the Superior Court in Pima and Maricopa Counties; AZTurboCourt continues to be an operating and approved eFiling and e-service provider in the State of Arizona and is expected to be available in Yavapai County by April 1, 2017.
Filers who prefer to continue using AZTurboCourt do not need to attend any additional training, and will be able to use AZ TurboCourt in Yavapai County, without additional cost or action. Training for new AZTurboCourt filers in Yavapai County is free and immediately available. For training information please access https://turbocourt.com/training or contact Scott Crampton at 650-372-1790 ext. 209.