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:
UPDATE: 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:
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 28, 2017
The Arizona Judicial Branch has contracted with nCourt to process all eFiling transactions for the AZTurboCourt and eFile.AZCourts.gov eFiling applications. The transition to the new centralized payment provider system is being supported by a new fee structure adopted by Supreme Court Administrative Order 2016-148, effective January 28, 2017.
The fee structure will be:
- $3.80 to electronically serve another party
- $6.50 to efile an initial case submission delivered to the Superior Court
- $6.50 to efile each lead document contained in a subsequent submission delivered to the Superior Court
- $6.50 to efile each submission delivered to the Arizona Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals, Division One
- $15.00 to complete print forms in the following case types: Small Claims, Eviction Actions, Limited Jurisdiction Civil, and Family Law
- A 3% payment processing fee for all transactions