Family Law Navigator and Self-Help Center
Superior Court in Yavapai County
Contact: Julie Malinowski, Deputy Court Administrator
YAVAPAI COUNTY, ARIZONA – The Superior Court in Yavapai County is pleased to announce that we now have a Family Law Navigator who can provide assistance to self-represented litigants in reaching a swift resolution of their domestic relations cases.
If you are a resident of Yavapai County and have a family law case pending in the Superior Court, or are thinking about filing, but do not have an attorney to represent you, the Family Law Navigator is available to offer the following services:
- To explain the different ways your family law case can proceed in the Superior Court.
- To review your family law forms to ensure they are complete before you file.
- To provide procedural information about next steps and advise you of your options. NOTE: The Family Law Navigator is not an attorney and cannot give you legal advice. Should you wish to retain an attorney to represent you in your case, you may do so by contacting the Yavapai County Bar Association, the Arizona Bar Association, consulting the yellow pages, or contacting a local law firm directly.
The Family Law Navigator is available to meet with you and discuss your needs at no cost. Appointments are available at the Prescott and Camp Verde Superior Courthouses. To make an appointment, please call Shannon Muñoz at 928-777-3082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walk-ins and court referrals are welcome on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Family law forms are available for purchase in the Clerk of the Court’s office and Superior Court Law Library, or they can be printed online at https://courts.yavapaiaz.gov/selfservicecenter. You may also wish to visit our self-help center, which offers additional resources such as public access case lookup, Westlaw, AZPoint, Eviction forms and information, and Prop 207 Expungement information. The self-help centers are located within the Law Library at the Prescott Courthouse and on the second floor of the Camp Verde Courthouse.
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