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Question: My Divorce Decree was supposed to be filed on August 16th 2013 and I don't see the electronic online file minutes. Where can I find out if they were filed properly and ontime?
Answer: In Arizona, one can contact the Clerk of Superior Court to get a copy of one's divorce decree. To do so, one must: •The case number; •The names of the parties at the time the case was filed; •The specific documents you want to receive; •The filing date or year filed; •The number of pages of the document to be copied, if known; •Your day-time phone number and/or e-mail address so we may contact you if any questions. This process is complimentary, unless one wants to get it certified, which is a fee of 27 dollars. All information could be found here: (http://clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/copies.asp) http://clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/copies.asp
My Divorce Decree was supposed to be filed on August 16th 2013 and I don't see the electronic online file minutes. Where can I find out if they were filed properly and ontime?
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