One of you needs to use a Maricopa County address. This is the address where the final papers will be sent.
I'm sorry, but we can't help outside of Maricopa County.
We only work in Maricopa County. Please stop here.
Most couples do NOT have a covenant marriage. If you aren't sure, click here.
You cannot get divorced in Arizona if your answer is "NO."
I'm sorry, but you must answer YES to this question if you want to get divorced in Arizona.
In Arizona, a child remains a minor child for purposes of child support until they turn 18 or until they graduate from high school, whichever happens later. If you still aren't sure if your child is considered a minor, click here.
Please Stop. This is not the correct form.
This is the form for a Default Divorce WITHOUT children.
Click HERE for more information on a divorce with children.
This is the name that your legal documents will reflect.
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If you are unable to come into the office to sign paperwork, you will need the documents mailed to you.
If your spouse is unwilling to sign the divorce papers, please only select for you to have the documents mailed, your spouse will be served with the paperwork for a different price.
The petitioner fee is $349.
It's usually about $100. Unfortunately, no, you cannot serve your spouse yourself. They need to be served by a licensed person. You need to know where your spouse is located.
Both Jessica Worley and Affordable Family Law, Inc. are certified by the Arizona Supreme Court as legal document preparers.