Maricopa County, Arizona Probate Court: Maricopa County Superior Court
County Seat Phoenix
This page will provide you with the following:
Links to the Maricopa County probate court's website, the address, a map and a phone number to call to get more information.
You'll also find links to:
- frequently asked questions about Arizona probate,
- probate forms and fees for Maricopa County,
- land records office locations for Maricopa County.
Where to file?
Where do I file a petition for probate in Maricopa County, Arizona?
The Superior Court for Maricopa County:
NAME OF COURT:
201 W. Jefferson
Phoenix, AZ. 85003-2243
PROBATE COURT DIRECTORY FOR ALL ARIZONA COUNTIES
FAQ/SELF-HELP INFO FOR PROBATE
FORMS & FEES
Arizona Probate Forms, for use in all of Arizona
Maricopa County PROBATE FEES:
Maricopa County, Arizona probate fees information:
Court controlled trust accounts; charge for each individual action performed (Trust handling fee)$27.00Probate - Informal / Affidavits$268.00Probate - Response / Appearance$268.00Probate - Guardianship / Conservatorship$268.00Probate - Other$268.00Probate - Answer$199.00Post-judgment activities in probate cases$84.00Probate Investigation (A.R.S. § 14-5314)$400.00Probate Accounting Fee (A.R.S. § 14-5414)$300.00Guardian Card Fee$27.00Certified Letters of Appointment$27.00Demands for Notice$27.00Mental Health - New Petitions$0.00Probate Sanction$0.00Adult Adoption Petition (ARS 11-251.08)$140.00Adult Adoption Investigation (ARS 11-251.08)$140.00
Where can I check county land records?
In order to transfer ownership of real property after someone dies, you need to find the last recorded property deed. A county land records office is the place to research and request such deeds.
STATE LAND RECORDS OFFICE
COUNTY LAND RECORDS OFFICE
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