Justice Court Legal Resources

The Justice Courts of Maricopa County do not endorse these services. Any service provider may submit a request to be added to this list. Before using any services on this list, you should use due diligence to research the service provider. The Court assumes no responsibility for the quality of the professional services of these providers. The service providers on the list are not agents of the Court, and all services and activities of these individuals are conducted independently of the Court. All arrangements for appointments, cancellations, payment of fees, termination of service, and other related matters of service quality and delivery are between the provider and the client. The Court is not responsible or liable for any aspects of the service delivery. All discussions of fees for services, determination of specific fees, written agreements on fees to be paid are the responsibility of the provider and the client. The Court does not and will not determine the appropriateness of any fee for service. To be added to this list, please email: DonaldWatts@jbazmc.maricopa.gov

State Bar of Arizona

For free lists of certified specialists in the areas of:
  • Bankruptcy
  • Injury and Wrongful
  • Business Law Death
  • Criminal Law
  • International Law
  • Employment Law
  • Tax Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Family Law
  • Immigration Law
  • Worker's Comp Law
  • Probate and Trust
  • (Guardianships, Conservatorships and Wills)
Phone: (602) 340-7239

Rental Assistance and Eviction Prevention

The goal of the Arizona Department of Housing is to create, preserve and invest in affordable housing; protect consumers; and revitalize communities. ADoH focuses on assisting Arizona’s most vulnerable populations who, through no fault of their own, are challenged with finding decent, suitable housing. The Department partners with counties, cities, towns, tribal governments, local housing authorities, non-profit social service agencies, and for-prfit and non-profit housing developers

Phone: (602) 771-1000

Probate Lawyers Assistance Project (PLAP)

This is a pro-bono program that provides free legal advice to eligible low income individuals who need assistance with Probate Court matters. You must make an appointment to be seen.

Phone: (602) 732-2834

Family Lawyer Assistance Project (FLAP)

FLAP is a joint effort of the Maricopa County Bar Association and Community Legal Services. FLAP provides a 30 minute consultation (on family law issues only) for free or for a nominal fee, depending on your financial situation. You must make an appointment to be seen.

Phone: (602) 506-7948

Arizona Center for Disability Law

The Arizona Center for Disability Law advocates for the legal rights of persons with disabilities to be free from abuse, neglect and dis-crimination and to gain access to services, maximizing independence and achieving equality.

Phone: (602) 274-6287
Toll-Free: (800) 927-2260

Community Legal Services

Provides legal services to clients in certain civil (non-criminal) areas of the law that affect the critical needs of the low income client community.

Toll-Free: (800) 852-9075
TDD: (602) 254-9852

2-1-1 Arizona

Thousands of listings of government, social, and self-help support groups serving Maricopa County.

Phone: 211

Arizona State University

Civil Litigation Clinic:

The clinic addresses matters of Consumer Fraud/Breach of Contract, which may be appropriate for Justice Court. Issues which would be filed other courts include Employment, Unemployment Appeals, Wage Claims and general Tenant’s Rights (but no evictions). We accept cases until full each semester usually in July, August and September and December, January and February but additionally when we have space available.

You may email questions to lawclinic@asu.edu or use this online application to begin the process.

Maricopa County Lawyer Referral Service

You pay only the $40 referral fee (or nothing if it's a personal injury or workers' comp matter) for a consultation. Any additional legal services you may require beyond the 30-minute consultation is deter-mined by you and the attorney.

Phone: (602) 257-4434
Toll-Free: (800) 927-2260

Elder Hot Line

The Elder Law Hotline is for residents over 60 years of age who have a legal question for a lawyer. The Hotline, sponsored by the Arizona Supreme Court, is available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Phone: (800) 231-5441

Law for Seniors

You have reached your "golden years" or your parents have reached theirs. You are not alone.

Phone: (866) 637-5341


Taped recordings on various areas of law.

Phone: (602) 254-4099

Maricopa County Superior Court Law Library Resource Center

Forms provided for: Divorce, Orders of Protection, Requests for Hearings, and Injunc-tions Against Harassment. Listing of DR mediators and their fees, and other infor-mation. Listing of attorneys and fees for providing brief advice and limited services.

Modest Means Project

The Modest Means Project is a partnership program from the Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education and the State Bar of Arizona. The Project provides low-cost legal assistance to individuals who do not qualify for free legal services, but cannot afford the expertise of attorneys at the standard rate.

Phone: (866) 637-5341

Community Services

The Community Services Division helps families weather difficult circumstances to restore emotional, social, and economic well-being. The Community Action Program works to make this a reality by providing essential utility and rental assistance.

For a full listing of all Maricopa County Justice Court Locations, Click Here

The Maricopa County Justice Court Handles: Misdemeanors, Civil & Criminal Traffic, Civil & Small Claims, Injunctions, Protection Orders, and Eviction Actions.

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