NEW FEE SCHEDULE RELEASED FOR MARICOPA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT
Superior Court Filing Fees - For Maricopa County
Effective August 9, 2017
Note: This chart reflects the current State 'base' fees authorized by A.R.S. § 12-284, Arizona Code of Judicial
Administration Section 3-404 and Supreme Court Administrative Order 2017-44 plus additional fees determined by Statute, Supreme Court Administrative Order or Board of Supervisor's Resolution. The county Board of
Supervisors may add local fees per A.R.S. 11-251.08.
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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE SCOTTSDALE BAR ASSOCIATION
Announcing Sponsorship Opportunities with the Scottsdale Bar Association
Scottsdale Bar has sponsorship opportunities for members of SBA and their firms, and for outside sponsors as well.
PAIUTE CENTER LEGAL CLINIC NEEDS VOLUNTEERS
The Scottsdale Bar Association, in conjunction with the Paiute Neighborhood Center, sponsors a monthly free legal clinic for low income residents of Scottsdale. The clinic is the second Tuesday of each month, from 6:00 p.m. to approximately 8:30 p.m., at the Paiute Center, 6535 East Osborn Road in Scottsdale.
Openings and Appointments
VOLUNTEER ATTORNEYS NEEDED FOR NEW PRO SE CLINIC PLANNED AT FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT
In 2017, attorneys will be providing a new service to the public at the U.S. District Court in Phoenix. A new Pro Se Clinic is being planned by federal court Judges and staff, the Federal Bar Association, the Volunteer Lawyers Program, and others. This new pro bono clinic will provide free brief legal advice to unrepresented federal court litigants with civil cases.
SCOTTSDALE BAR COFFEE MUGS FOR SALE - JUST $10
Purchase at luncheon or have one shipped to you for an extra fee
WELLS FARGO HOME BUYING DISCOUNT PROGRAM
For SBA members
SOLOS AND SMALL LAW FIRMS – NEED TEMPORARY HELP?
The Arizona law schools have options for temporary help offered by law students and newly admitted attorneys.