The Superior Court in Yavapai County is pleased to introduce that it now has a family members legislation navigator that can supply help to self-represented plaintiffs within a quick resolution of their residential relationships situations.
If you are a resident of Yavapai Area and have a family members law instance pending in the Superior Court, or are thinking about filing, yet do not have a lawyer to represent you, the Family Law Navigator is available to provide the adhering to services:
– To clarify the various means your household regulation situation can continue in the Superior Court.
– To examine your family law forms to ensure they are complete before you file.
– To offer procedural details about following actions and also advise you of your choices.
The Family Regulation Navigator is not an attorney and also can not provide legal advice. Those who wish to preserve an attorney to represent them might do so by getting in touch with the Yavapai Area Bar Association, the Arizona Bar Organization, seeking advice from the yellow pages or calling a regional law practice straight.
The household legislation navigator is offered to meet with those that have existing or pending situations and also go over demands at no charge. Appointments are offered at the Prescott and Camp Verde remarkable courthouses. To make an appointment, telephone call Shannon Muñoz at 928-777-3082 or email [email protected] Walk-ins and court recommendations rate on a first-come, first-served basis.
Family regulation forms are available for acquisition in the Clerk of the Court’s office as well as Superior Court Regulation Library, or they can be printed online at https://courts.yavapaiaz.gov/selfservicecenter. A self-help center uses additional resources such as public accessibility instance lookup, Westlaw, AZPoint, eviction forms and info, and also Prop 207 expungement details. The self-help facilities are located within the law collection at the Prescott court house and on the 2nd floor of the Camp Verde court house.
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Information supplied by Yavapai Area Superior Court.