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Pro-Se (self-represented) A person representing himself or herself in a lawsuit.
A person filing or responding to a lawsuit on behalf of a company, sole proprietorship, partnership, association and/or corporation. A person should file as an attorney, not a business, if they are an active member of the State Bar.
An attorney, professional law association, corporation, or partnership authorized to practice law. Also, a person employed by an attorney or law firm who is authorized to file on behalf of the licensed attorney (i.e., a paralegal).
A person or attorney authorized to represent a governmental body charged with administering and implementing legislation that is required to pay application fees or filing fees under state law. If you are not sure whether you are non-exempt, contact the court where you plan to file.
A person or attorney authorized to represent a federal court, or a state, county or city governmental body, charged with administering and implementing legislation, that is NOT required to pay application fees or filing fees under state law. If you are not sure whether you are exempt, contact the court where you plan to file.
AVAILABLE ONLY IN ARIZONA. A person who is qualified according to individual state laws (including certification or registration where required) to serve all process, writs, orders, pleadings, or papers required or permitted by law for service before, during, or independent of a court action.
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08/04/2017 - On August 7th you will be able to begin e-file in both courts! More to come. AZTurboCourt is continuing to offer a series of online training webinars for both filers and administrators, INCLUD...
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"We are pleased to offer New Hampshire’s self-representing court filers easy-to-navigate e-Filing pathways. Since starting this initiative, more than 10,000 self-representing parties have used the New Hampshire TurboCourt pathways."

-- – New Hampshire Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Linda S. Dalianis

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Arizona - Appellate Courts Filings

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HOW CAN THIS PROGRAM HELP ME?

This program will help you to submit and file documents into the Arizona Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals. You can initiate a case or you can file into an existing case.

Click here for Arizona Appellate Frequently Asked Questions.

You MUST have the following to complete this filing:

• Credit /Debit card to pay for any filing fees and/or application fees OR an active Order for Waiver or Deferral of Fees applicable to this case and this court

• All documents that you will need to electronically attach to your filing (i.e. Complaint, Motion, Response)

• E-mail address



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