PHOENIX (May 16, 2023) – Whether a person is looking to change their name, receive child support, or start the process to get a divorce, the Law Library Resource Center has forms available at no cost to start these court processes.

While many people visit the Law Library Resource Center seeking help, others in need of assistance may not be able to travel to one of the four library locations in Maricopa County. To bring the resources of the Law Library closer to the communities we serve, the Law Library Resource Center, part of the Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County, is hosting free Legal Information and Navigation Clinics (LINC) at public libraries around the Valley.

The clinics are open to any member of the public who needs assistance in navigating the court system. While there, members of the public can receive help in English and Spanish with court forms such as divorce, paternity, child support, guardianship, orders of protection and more.

Upcoming clinics include:

  • May 17 from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Buckeye Public Library, 21699 W. Yuma Road #116, in Buckeye.
  • May 23 from 12:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the Tolleson Public Library, 9055 W. Van Buren St in Tolleson.


While court staff can assist with court forms, they cannot provide legal advice. For those interested, the Law Library Resource Center staff can provide guidance and information about free or low-cost legal resources available in the community.   

Superior court forms are available in English and Spanish in a fillable pdf format by visiting:

For more information, contact the Law Library Resource Center at, by phone at 602-506-7353 or via email at

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The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County is comprised of Superior Court, Adult Probation and Juvenile Probation, which includes juvenile detention. The Judicial Branch in Maricopa County is the fourth largest trial court system in the nation and, along with its 3,200 employees, is dedicated to providing a safe, fair and impartial forum for resolving disputes, enhancing access to services, and providing innovative, evidence-based practices that improve the safety of the community and ensure the public’s trust and confidence in the Judicial Branch. For more information, visit