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Looking for court forms or information about representing yourself in a court case? Visit AzCourtHelp:

Free or reduced fee legal help might be available for those that qualify. Click or call 866-637-5341 to check eligibility.

Looking for court forms or information about representing yourself in a court case? Visit AzCourtHelp:

Arizona’s legal aid programs need your help to better understand the legal issues facing Arizona residents. Take the survey:

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AzCourtHelp.org contains practical information for people who need start or continue a court case. This site includes forms, self-help resources and specific user friendly information about the court itself, such as where to park. If you need specific court information visit AzCourtHelp.org.

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