You can file documents with the Clerk of the Superior Court online or at one of our filing counter locations. Please note: Clerks are committed to assisting you in Superior Court. To ensure fairness, clerks do not give legal advice. eFiling is currently only available for Maricopa County Superior Court cases as indicated below:
- Criminal cases
- Family Court cases
- Juvenile delinquency cases
Please note: At this time, only post-initiation documents can be eFiled in Maricopa County Superior Court cases (e.g. Notices, Motions, Responses, Replies, etc.). Documents such as initial complaints and service documents may not be eFiled.
EFiling in civil and tax cases via a Supreme Court authorized eFiling service provider is mandatory for attorneys pursuant to Arizona Supreme Court Administrative Order 2018-81. Self-represented litigants involved in civil and tax cases are allowed to eFile pleadings via a Supreme Court authorized eFiling service provider or they may file their pleadings conventionally on paper.