Q. How do I get a copy of marriage or divorce that took place in Arizona?

In Arizona, marriages and divorces are recorded on the county level.   The Arizona State Archives’ holdings for marriages and divorces vary from county to county, but in general if a marriage occurred more than 50 years ago or a divorce occurred more than 60 years ago the State Archives might have the records.  For marriages and divorces more recent than that, please contact the Clerk of the Court in the county in which the marriage/divorce took place.

Websites for the County Clerks of the Court are:

Apache County:  https://www.co.apache.az.us/clerk-of-the-court/
Cochise County: https://www.cochise.az.gov/clerk-superior-court/home
Coconino County: https://coconino.az.gov/184/Coconino-County-Superior-Court
Gila County: https://www.gilacountyaz.gov/government/courts/clerk_of_the_court/index.php
Graham County: https://www.graham.az.gov/186/Clerk-of-the-Superior-Court
Greenlee County: https://www.co.greenlee.az.us/elected-officials/courts/
La Paz County: http://www.lapazsuperiorcourtclerk.com/index.html
Maricopa County: https://www.clerkofcourt.maricopa.gov/records/obtaining-records
Mohave County: http://www.mohavecourts.com/clerk/homepage.htm
Navajo County: https://navajocountyaz.gov/Departments/Clerk-of-the-Court
Pima County: http://www.cosc.pima.gov/
Pinal County:  http://coscpinalcountyaz.gov/
Santa Cruz County: https://www.santacruzcountyaz.gov/132/Clerk-of-the-Superior-Court
Yavapai County: http://courts.yavapai.us/clerk/
Yuma County: https://www.yumacountyaz.gov/government/courts/clerk-of-superior-court


  • Last Updated Mar 31, 2020
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