Update Regarding COVID-19

Please take a few minutes to read an alert from the Clerk's Office regarding the coronavirus outbreak and potential impact to services. View Alert.

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The Clerk’s Office was established by the State Constitution to serve the citizens, legal community, and the Superior Court. The Office was created to be responsive to the public, mindful of the taxpayer, and independent of the court itself. The specific and special duties of the Office are assigned by statute, the Arizona Supreme Court, and local and statewide court rules.

Among the Office’s responsibilities are to: provide public access to the records of the actions of Superior Court; keep a docket; attend each Superior Court session to record the actions of the court; receive, distribute, and preserve official court documents; receive filings for Superior Court actions in civil, criminal, mental health, probate, tax, juvenile, and family court matters; provide family support services to the public; collect and disburse court-ordered fees, fines, and victim restitution; store exhibits for all court cases; process passport applications; and issue and record marriage licenses. Many of these services you can find access to at the links below or by visiting one of our many facilities