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Marriage Licenses

To encourage social distancing, we advise those currently seeking a marriage license to take advantage of the Online Marriage License Program.

Both parties must be present to obtain a marriage license. Each individual is required to provide a valid government-issued photo I.D., such as a driver's license, passport, etc. to show proof of age and confirm identity.

Note: Effective May 28, 2021, a Matricula Consular I.D. card will be accepted as a valid form of identification for any type of marriage license to be issued, as long as the foreign government has used biometric identity verification techniques (i.e. fingerprint identification, retina scans, etc.) in issuing the consular identification card. Arizona Revised Statute 25-121(B) requires applicants to provide their social security number (SSN), if any. Except for child support purposes, the Clerk's Office may not release SSNs without the applicant's written request.

A copy of a divorce decree is not required; blood tests are not required.

  •  Complete the marriage license application form
  • A marriage license must be issued prior to the ceremony taking place, signed at completion of the ceremony, and returned by the officiator not more than 30 days after the ceremony has taken place in order for the license to be recorded.
  • You will receive your marriage license on the same day you apply for the license, and can be married on the same day, if you have made arrangements with an officiator of your choice to perform the ceremony. However, you have up to one (1) year from the date the marriage license was issued to get married, as the license expires one (1) year from the date of purchase.
  • After the bottom portion of the license has been returned and recorded, a certified copy can be requested and mailed to you for an additional $37.50 payable at the time you apply for the license or any time afterwards, or $30.50 if you provide a business-size, self-addressed stamped envelope at the time of your request.

For further information, you may call (602) 37-CLERK, or (602) 372-5375.

Sours: https://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/records/marriage-licenses-passports/marriage-licenses

Office Locations and Hours

Note: Maps and directions are provided by an independent third party. The Clerk's Office does not claim ownership or guarantee accuracy of third-party information.

  • Central Court Complex
    1. Address:201 W Jefferson St
      Phoenix, AZ 85003
    2. Phone:(602) 372-5375
  • Customer Service Center
    1. Address:601 W. Jackson Street
      Phoenix, AZ 85003
    2. Phone:(602) 372-5375
  • Downtown Justice Center
    1. Address:620 W. Jackson Street
      Phoenix, AZ 85003
    2. Phone:(602) 372-5375
  • Durango Juvenile Center
    1. Address:3131 West Durango
      Phoenix, AZ 85009
    2. Phone:(602) 372-5375
  • Northeast Regional Court Center
    1. Address:Northeast Regional Center 18380 N. 40th St. Suite 120
      Phoenix, AZ 85032
    2. Phone:(602) 372-5375
  • Northwest Regional Center
    1. Address:14264 West Tierra Buena Lane
      Surprise, AZ 85374
    2. Phone:(602) 372-5375
  • South Court Tower
    1. Address:175 W. Madison
      Phoenix, AZ 85003
    2. Phone:(602) 372-5375
  • Southeast Juvenile Center
    1. Address:1810 S. Lewis
      Mesa, AZ 85210
    2. Phone:(602) 372-5375
  • Southeast Regional Center
    1. Address:222 E. Javelina
      Mesa, AZ 85210
    2. Phone:(602) 372-5375
Sours: https://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/about/office-hours-locations
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Electronic Court Records

You can access the public information portion of the Court and Clerk's computer system by visiting either of the following locations:

  • Customer Service Center at W. Jackson (Phoenix)
  • The Southeast Court at E. Javelina (Mesa)
  • Northwest Court at W. Tierra Buena Lane (Surprise)
  • Northeast Court at N. 40th Street, Suite (Phoenix)

You will find computer terminals that access the Integrated Court Information System (iCIS), which allows search capability of both iCIS cases and information available in the L-Index (an archival listing of past cases/documents, with minimal identifying information). This means you can view case, party, docket, and judgment information from the computer terminal. You can also access and print scanned images of documents.

This program allows the customer:

  • To research cases and images without paper files.
  • Greater access to a file, because electronic files are not "checked out," allowing more than one person to review the same file at the same time; and
  • To save time and money by eliminating waiting in line to request a file, and reducing the wait for copies to be made.

Some terminals allow you to print court documents; most public access terminals have access to Court Minutes/Minute Entries, iCIS Public Access, Case History, and Marriage License Look Up. All linked images (documents) are available except those not allowed to be viewed, e.g. mental health, sealed, juvenile, etc. This means most images from adult case types are available.

ECR Online

The ECR Online system provides access to documents in the Electronic Court Record (ECR) for those cases you, as a registered user, are a party to. Attorneys are able to access images on cases where they are on the case record, and individual parties will have access to cases where you are the party of record. The system will not allow access to sealed cases, sealed or confidential documents, Juvenile cases, or Mental Health cases. Access ECR Online. 

Sours: https://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/records/electronic-court-records-ecr
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What The Agency Does

Common public record requests include case files for civil, criminal, probate, guardianship, divorce, domestic-relations and child-support cases; marriage licenses; fee records, including bail bonds and appearance bonds; court-ordered adult and juvenile assessments.

Note:

Only court administrative documents – for example, budgets, memoranda and policy documents – may be requested through this public-record request process. Documents and filings pertaining to specific court cases generally must be requested in person from the clerk of the court in which the case is being heard. Docketed case filings often can be searched electronically on the website of the court where the case is being heard. But in most cases, the documents themselves may onlybe retrieved and copied by visiting the clerk of that court’s office. More information on obtaining records available at http://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/copies.asp.

Sours: http://azpublicinfo.com/agency/maricopa-county-clerk-of-the-court/

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Electronic Court Records

You can access the public information portion of the Court and Clerk's computer system by visiting either of the following locations:

  • Customer Service Center at 601 W. Jackson (Phoenix)
  • The Southeast Court at 222 E. Javelina (Mesa)
  • Northwest Court at 14264 W. Tierra Buena Lane (Surprise)
  • Northeast Court at 18380 N. 40th Street, Suite 120 (Phoenix)

You will find computer terminals that access the Integrated Court Information System (iCIS), which allows search capability of both iCIS cases and information available in the L-Index (an archival listing of past cases/documents, with minimal identifying information). This means you can view case, party, docket, and judgment information from the computer terminal. You can also access and print scanned images of documents.

This program allows the customer:

  • To research cases and images without paper files.
  • Greater access to a file, because electronic files are not "checked out," allowing more than one person to review the same file at the same time; and
  • To save time and money by eliminating waiting in line to request a file, and reducing the wait for copies to be made.

Some terminals allow you to print court documents; most public access terminals have access to Court Minutes/Minute Entries, iCIS Public Access, Case History, and Marriage License Look Up. All linked images (documents) are available except those not allowed to be viewed, e.g. mental health, sealed, juvenile, etc. This means most images from adult case types are available.

ECR Online

The ECR Online system provides access to documents in the Electronic Court Record (ECR) for those cases you, as a registered user, are a party to. Attorneys are able to access images on cases where they are on the case record, and individual parties will have access to cases where you are the party of record. The system will not allow access to sealed cases, sealed or confidential documents, Juvenile cases, or Mental Health cases. Access ECR Online. 

Sours: https://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/records/electronic-court-records-ecr
A Brief History of the Clerk's Office

Filings

Mailing Instructions

Please include original documents, copies, and a self-addressed stamped envelope so that the Office can mail copies back to you. The Clerk's office will conform (copy stamp) up to five copies of new case filings and up to three copies of subsequent filings. Include the name, address and phone number of the filing party in the upper left corner of all documents. Documents can be sent via the United States Postal Service or a third-party commercial carrier.

The date of filing will be the date the documents are received by the Clerk's Office.

Fees

All applicable fees must be included with the documents to be filed. For information on the fees for filing various documents, please visit our fees page. Either money order with signature and address or business check made payable to the "Clerk of the Court" are accepted for payment. Payments may also be made by Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.

NO PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED. A business check will only be accepted if it matches the business name of a party in the case or if submitted from a law firm, process server/runner service or certified document preparer.

Mailing Locations

For Civil filings, please send the documents to:

Clerk of the Superior Court's Office
Civil File Counter
201 W. Jefferson,
Phoenix, AZ 85003

For Family Court filings, please send the documents to:

Clerk of the Superior Court's Office
Family Court File Counter
201 W. Jefferson,
Phoenix, AZ 85003

For Probate filings, please send the documents to:

Clerk of the Superior Court's Office
Probate File Counter
201 W. Jefferson,
Phoenix, AZ 85003

Sours: https://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/records/filings

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Obtaining Records

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E-Access 

In a continuing effort to promote access to justice, the Arizona Supreme Court has launched a web-based portal called e-Access. e-Access provides convenient 24 x 7 online access to case records and documents that are unrestricted and open to the public.

e-Access is available to the public, attorneys, government users, the media, and litigants. Case documents will be available for a fee. To learn more, please visit eAccess webpage. 

Online Docket

For online access to court records, case histories and minute entries, please use the Clerk's online docket system.

Case History Information

For case history information, please visit the Superior Court's docket web page. You won't be able to view documents or obtain copies, but will be able to look up cases by name or case number and see the docket entries.

ECR Online

The ECR Online system provides access to documents in the Electronic Court Record (ECR) for those cases you, as a registered user, are a party to. Attorneys are able to access images on cases where they are on the case record, and individual parties will have access to cases where you are the party of record. Access ECR Online. 

Online Form

If you are unable to obtain the information you need using other means, or have a more complex request for information, please use the Records Request Form. 

Sours: https://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/records/obtaining-records


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