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Arizona Family Court Divorce Forms

Filing for divorce in Arizona without a lawyer is not a problem anymore. We will be glad to provide you with the necessary divorce forms and fill them out for you. When choosing documents needed to file for divorce, we consider all the specifics of your case. Therefore, you can be confident that you will get a full Arizona divorce packet that will help you initiate your marriage dissolution successfully. All you need to do is fill in a simple questionnaire following the hints we will give you, and your paperwork will be ready in just a few days. There is no need to waste your time and money on lawyers as our company will not only send you all the required Arizona divorce papers but also a filing guide that will help you navigate the marriage dissolution process.


Arizona Divorce Forms PDF

Feel free to download the blank templates, our divorce documents are in pdf format, meaning, you can easily download and print them.  Although, without having any legal backgrounds, it’s might be hard to understand which forms to prepare and how to fill them. So if you want to make sure that your forms prepare correctly with all the necessary information – you can use our online service for preparing divorce paperwork.

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Steps for Filing for Divorce in Arizona Without a Lawyer

Planning on getting a divorce in Arizona, you have likely seen the fees that lawyers charge, and yes, they are high even for amicable marriage dissolutions. Therefore, instead of spending all their savings on attorneys, many spouses decide to get a DIY divorce in Arizona. There are a few ways to approach the process and everything depends on how much time and money you are willing to spend on it. Here is an overview of the steps you need to take to initiate and finalize a divorce process in Arizona:

  • Check whether you meet the residency requirements of the Arizona state.
  • Make sure that you and your spouse qualify for uncontested divorce in It means that you have already settled disputes concerning alimony, property division, as well as child custody and support.
  • Collect the paperwork. Make sure that you have found all the forms required for your specific case. For example, if you have children, you will need a separate packet of documents.
  • Fill out the papers. Be very careful when interpreting the questions and search for explanations if they are hard to understand. Your answers need to be accurate and truthful in order for the court to accept your documents.
  • File the paperwork in the court of the county you reside in. Be sure to sign, date, and make the copies of the forms before filing for divorce in AZ. You will also need to pay the filing fees and any additional ones that your court requires.
  • Serve the paperwork to your spouse. In Arizona, you can do it by hiring a deputy sheriff or a process server. Alternatively, you can personally hand the papers to your ex-husband or wife if he or she agrees to sign the Acceptance of Service.
  • After serving your spouse, you will have to wait for 60 days until your case can be finalized. You need to file the rest of your paperwork with the court and wait for a signed Decree to be sent to you and your spouse.