To appeal a judgment, a party must file a Notice of Appeal with the Superior Court within fifteen (15) days after entry of a judgment from which an appeal is taken..
A Motion for Order Compelling Disclosure or Discovery, commonly referred to as a Motion to Compel, is a legal document filed by a party requesting that the Court..
After filing your initial petition and supporting docs and serving them upon the other party, that party will have a certain amount of time to respond to the Petition..
A Subpoena is a legal document that is signed by the Clerk of the Court commanding that a person appear to provide testimony or produce documentation or any other..
Not all divorce cases are contested. An “uncontested” divorce simply means that the parties have reached agreements on all issues in their divorce case. These issues often pertain to..
Arizona law provides the court with the discretion to dissolve and/or annul a marriage when the cause alleged constitutes an impediment rendering the marriage void..
Any party may file a Motion for Reconsideration or Clarification asking the court/judge to reconsider or clarify its ruling for any of the following reasons..
A Petition for Legal Separation is a legal document filed by a party to initiate legal separation proceedings within the state of Arizona. Typically, this document will clearly outline a party’s position on the following issues..