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Uncontested divorce in Arizona

When divorcing in AZ, there are a few options you can go for:

  • Contested dissolution. This is a suitable option when a couple is unable to agree on some important divorce matters and therefore has to involve third parties that will help it reach a resolution. During such divorce proceedings, spouses need to hire attorneys, spending thousands on their services, and visit multiple court hearings to defend their interests and get their marriage dissolution finalized. This type of dissolution is painful, stressful, and extremely expensive.
  • Uncontested divorce. This option is available when partners have discussed and reach an agreement on aspects concerning money, children, real estate and other property distribution after marriage. Also, this kind of dissolution process is cheaper than the contested one since it is possible to complete it without the help of the attorneys. It is also finalized much faster as there is not much left to discuss with a judge.

However, even if you have chosen an uncontested option, you still have to fill out and file multiple documents. There are dozens of forms that one may need to file for their specific case. If you can’t afford to hire a lawyer and decide to look for these forms online, you may find outdated forms that will later be rejected by the court. In order to avoid this problem, use OnlineDivorcer.

We are an online divorce company that has been helping Arizona couples to end their marriage as smoothly as possible for more than 12 years now. Ordering from us, you will get a full package of up-to-date divorce forms chosen for your case and filled out with your personal information.

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Filing for divorce in Arizona without a lawyer

If you have decided to file for uncontested dissolution without legal assistance, follow these steps:

  • Check whether you meet the residency requirements of the state. In Arizona, at least one of the spouses must have lived in the state for 90 days prior to filing.
  • Prepare and fill in all the needed divorce forms.
  • File the documents with the court and pay the filing fee.
  • Serve your spouse. In Arizona, you need to hire a deputy sheriff or a process server to hand the paperwork to your husband or wife. However, you are also eligible to serve on your own if your spouse agrees to sign an Acceptance of Service form.
  • In Arizona, you can avoid going to court by signing a Consent Decree of Dissolution of Marriage. If all your documents are in order, a judge will simply finalize a divorce.

How to complete a DIY divorce in Arizona?

DIY divorce in AZ may seem like the best option for those who cannot afford to hire a lawyer and want to find and file the papers on their own. However, not everyone understands what they are signing up for when making such a decision. If you are not sure how the DIY process will go, here is a brief overview:

  • First of all, check the following aspects: a) whether you and your spouse meet the residency requirements of the state b) if you and your ex are in a full agreement to qualify for an uncontested dissolution.
  • Visit the website of your state to find information about the divorce process. Besides, you will have to find the marriage dissolution forms on this website. Note that you only need to choose those that are suitable for your case and the mandatory ones.
  • If you have children, you also need to find AZ guidelines on child support and custody as well as the forms where you can outline your kid-related agreements with your spouse.
  • Also, check whether you need to attend parenting classes to be granted a dissolution. Find out how much you have to pay, what the schedule is, and whether it is mandatory to attend them together with your soon-to-be ex.
  • After that you can start filling out all the divorce forms. Be sure to look up confusing sentences and phrases to make sure you get the questions right. If your answers are incorrect, you won’t be able to submit your paperwork to the court.
  • Check whether you need to take up certain law classes to represent yourself during a hearing and if they are mandatory.
  • Now you can print, sign, and file all the documents. Note that some forms might need to be signed in front of a notary, so do not rush the signing process.

As you can see, a fully DIY divorce in Arizona is not the most comfortable option. That is why many couples consider ordering their documents online. This way, they get updated and filled out forms along with filing instructions so they do not spend a lot of money and manage to save a lot of time.

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Arizona divorce forms

There are a lot of divorce forms you many need to file depending on your specific case. For your convenience, we have decided to show you the most commonly used divorce forms in AZ:

  • Petition for Dissolution
  • Affidavit Regarding Minor Children
  • Confidential Sensitive Data Form
  • Summons

Arizona divorce papers online

In order to get your AZ divorce forms filled out, you will need to have the following information on your hands:

  • Your and your spouse’s full name and date of birth.
  • Date and location of your marriage.
  • Your and your spouse’s current address, as well as the address of all real property you own.
  • Full names, dates of birth, and current address of your children.
  • Information about your income, debt, insurance, and taxes.
  • Workplace information – both yours and spouse’s.
  • Info about vehicles you both own, such as model, make, year, and VIN.
  • SSN and driver’s license number.
  • Information about any previous court cases involving you or your children.
  • Description of property you and your spouse own.
  • Financial accounts information.
  • There might be some additional details required depending on your individual case.

Things you need to know


You have to file a Petition for Dissolution with the county court. The copies of the documents you filed need to be provided to your spouse by you, a deputy sheriff, or a process server.

Residency Requirements

Either spouse must have lived in the state for at least 90 days prior to filing.

Waiting Period

The waiting period in Arizona is 60 days.

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Getting a divorce in Arizona with a child

  • Joint custody is usually the most common in the state. If one parent was not involved in the life of the child or has a history of domestic abuse or alcohol/drug addiction, the court may grant sole custody to the other parent. Having sole custody presupposes possessing exclusive decision-making authority over the child.
  • Joint custody does not mean that parents will spend an equal amount of time with a kid. The schedule is determined in a Parenting Plan, which is proposed by divorcees to the court. It has to include everyday schedule, as well as vacations, holidays, etc.
  • When determining custody, Arizona court also considers the child’s wishes if he or she is mature enough to make decisions.
  • In the state, both parents have to pay child support, no matter what type of custody they possess. The amount of money is determined by the Arizona Child Support Guidelines.


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