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Rule 3.2. General Rules Relating to Pleading and Practice

Arizona Revised Statutes AnnotatedLocal Rules of Practice Superior Court

Arizona Revised Statutes Annotated
Local Rules of Practice Superior Court (Refs & Annos)
Pima County (Refs & Annos)
Rule 3. Family Law Cases
17C A.R.S. Super.Ct.Local Prac.Rules, Pima County, Rule 3.2
Formerly cited as AZ ST PIMA SUPER CT Rule 8.2
Rule 3.2. General Rules Relating to Pleading and Practice
(A) Affidavit Regarding Minor Children. In every action for Annulment, Dissolution, Legal Separation, Legal Decision-Making and Parenting Time, Legal Decision-Making or Placement or Visitation by a Third Party or Modification of Legal Decision-Making, each party filing a Petition or Response must file an original and one copy of an Affidavit Regarding Minor Children on a form approved by the Court. The Clerk of the Court will deliver a copy of all Affidavits Regarding Minor Children to the Director of the Conciliation Court each business day. If there are no minor children, parties need not file an Affidavit Regarding Minor Children.
(B) Disclosure Statements. Disclosures required by Rules 49 and 91(m), ARFLP, must be provided to the opposing attorney or party, if self-represented, but must not be filed with the Court, except as specifically required by the ARFLP. If division of assets or debts is at issue, a completed Inventory of Property on a form approved by the Court and signed by the parties must be timely exchanged.
(C) Filing of Documents. All documents in family law cases must be filed with the Clerk of the Court, unless otherwise directed in these Rules. Copies must be provided to the opposing party, or if represented, to their attorney. The parties must not file with the Clerk of the Court documents containing sensitive data as proscribed by Rule 43.1(f), ARFLP.

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Added effective July 1, 2018. Amended April 30, 2019, effective May 1, 2019.
17C A. R. S. Super. Ct. Local Prac. Rules, Pima County, Rule 3.2, AZ ST PIMA SUPER CT Rule 3.2
State Court Rules are current with amendments received and effective through 12/1/22. The Code of Judicial Administration is current with amendments received through 12/1/22.
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