Public Notices

Effective April 1st, 2020

Obligor shall pay by Income Withholding Order a monthly handling fee which is set by rule pursuant A.R.S. § 25-510(D), and which will be increasing to $8.00 per month on April 1, 2020.

Effective June 1st, 2018 - Mandatory Efiling for Attorneys

Attorneys are required to electronically file initiation and post-initiation civil case documents when filing into the Superior Court in Pinal. Learn more about Mandatory Efiling for Attorneys (PDF).

Legislative Change to Superior Court Filing Fees in Arizona Now in Effect

As of May 17th our filing fees have been updated, please refer to our website for the most current filing fee schedule.

New Local Rules

Order approving proposed abrogation and replacement of Pinal County Superior Court local rules. View Rules (PDF).

Electronic Filings

We are pleased to announce that Pinal County is now accepting electronic filings of civil initiation and civil subsequent documents. Filers will have the ability to access their filed documents the next business day after acceptance of their submission, including signed orders, once processed by the Pinal County Clerk’s Office.

Filings can be submitted through the eFileAZ and AZTurboCourt applications.  For information on how to register, how to use the applications, set up a payment method and training, please contact the AOC Support Center at 602-452-3519 or 800-720-7743 or visit the AZ Courts website.

Warning: Bogus Phone Calls, Emails May Lead to Fraud

Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County and the Maricopa County Justice Courts has become aware of telephone scams targeting members of the public and threatening them with prosecution for failing to pay court fines or fees.

These calls, which threaten recipients with fines and jail time if they do not provide sensitive information or payment, are fraudulent and are not connected with the Superior Court.

Superior Court and the Justice Courts do not require anyone to provide any sensitive information in a telephone call or email. Most contact from the Court will be through the US mail, and any phone contact by court officials will not include requests for cash, Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, or any other sensitive information. Many customers, especially those in minor traffic cases, do make payments of fines and fees using a credit card and often do so by phone. If contacted by someone saying they are with the Court please call the court/county number back to verify the validity of the call before making any payment. Also, as an option to making payments over the phone please know that many courts offer Online payment methods that are safer.

Persons who believe they were a target of a scam should not provide the requested information, and should notify the Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division by filing a complaint through their Website. The Attorney General will provide information to law enforcement for investigation.