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Arizona Public Records

Court records (including marriage and divorce records) and vital records are considered Arizona public records. The Arizona Office of Vital Records began recording births and deaths in July 1909. Arizona is a "closed record" state; vital records are not public and are permanently restricted. Birth and death certificate copies must be requested by mail, with appropriate proof of relationship. Marriage and divorce records are maintained by the Clerk of the Superior Court in the appropriate county. Arizona public court records are available through the Arizona Administrative Office of Courts. A free online index is available for most court records.

Lookup Public Records In Arizona Counties

  • Maricopa County

    Arizona's Maricopa County Clerk of Superior Court office maintains criminal records, civil records, domestic relations records, tax court records and probate case files, as well as marriage licenses. Individuals may obtain copies of these records by visiting the Clerk's Office during business hours or by sending a written request by mail.

  • Pima County

    Arizona's Pima County Clerk of the Superior Court maintains all public records. Individuals can search online by case number, business name, and individual name. Some of the records that can be viewed through this search engine include: domestic, custody, criminal, marriage, magistrate, paternity, and trust estates.

  • Pinal County

    Arizona's Pinal County government office maintains all vital records for the county, including birth certificates and death certificates. Pinal County's Judicial Branch of Arizona maintains court records, such as criminal, civil, probate, domestic relations, juvenile, conservatorship, guardianship and marriage records. Mental health and juvenile records, however, are not accessible.

Arizona County Record Resources

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