ARFLP Rule 16. Interpreters

The court may appoint an interpreter of its own selection and may fix the interpreter’s reasonable compensation. The compensation shall be paid out of funds provided by law or by one or more of the … Read More

ARFLP Rule 20. Electronic Filing

The court may permit electronic filing of a document in any action or proceeding in a manner authorized and prescribed by Rule 124, Rules of the Supreme Court of Arizona, unless these rules, a court … Read More

ARFLP Rule 21. Local Rules of Superior Court

With the approval of a majority of the judges of the county, the presiding judge may supplement these rules by local rules, not inconsistent with the provisions of these rules, which shall be promulgated and … Read More

ARFLP Rule 22. Conduct of Proceedings

1.  The court may impose reasonable time limits on all proceedings or portions thereof and limit the time to the scheduled time. Any party may request additional time by filing a motion within a reasonable … Read More

ARFLP Rule 23. Commencement of Action

A family law action is commenced by filing a petition with the clerk of the court. During the pendency of an action, parties who are not represented by counsel shall keep the court apprised of … Read More