Response To Petition For Emancipation Of A Minor Form. This is a Arizona form and can be use in Maricopa Local County.
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EMANCIPATION RESPONSE 3 To Respond to a Petition for Emancipation of a Minor (Forms and Instructions) © Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County ALL RIGHTS RESERVED JE3 5514 - 050115 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com SELF-SERVICE CENTER RESPONSE TO EMANCIPATION OF A MINOR CHECKLIST YOU MAY USE THESE FORMS IF: You received a Court Petition or other papers relating to emancipation of a minor, AND You agree or disagree with that request, AND You want to inform the Court of your approval or disapproval of the Minor's request for emancipation and/or to request a court hearing to explain why the Minor's request should or should not be granted, OR The Petition or other documents contain inaccurate information that you believe the Court should be aware of. READ ME: Consulting a lawyer before filing documents with the court may help prevent unexpected results. A list of lawyers you may hire to advise you on handling your own case or to perform specific tasks, as well as a list of court-approved mediators can be found on the Self-Service Center website. © Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County ALL RIGHTS RESERVED JE3k-091911 Page 1 of 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com SELF-SERVICE CENTER EMANCIPATION OF A MINOR RESPONSE TO A PETITION FOR EMANCIPATION OF A MINOR (Forms and Instructions) This packet contains court forms and instructions to file a response to a petition for emancipation of a minor. Items in BOLD are forms that you will need to file with the Court. Non-bold items are instructions or procedures. Do not copy or file those pages! Order 1 2 3 4 File Number JE3k JE3t JE31i JE31f Title Checklist: You may use these forms if . . . Table of Contents (this page) Responding to a Petition for Emancipation: Information & Instructions "Response to Petition for Emancipation of a Minor" # Pages 1 1 2 2 The documents you have received are copyrighted by the Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County. You have permission to use them for any lawful purpose. These forms shall not be used to engage in the unauthorized practice of law. The Court assumes no responsibility and accepts no liability for actions taken by users of these documents, including reliance on their contents. The documents are under continual revision and are current only for the day they were received. It is strongly recommended that you verify on a regular basis that you have the most current documents. © Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County ALL RIGHTS RESERVED JE3t 022213 Page 1 of 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com SELF-SERVICE CENTER RESPONDING TO A PETITION FOR EMANCIPATION INFORMATION & INSTRUCTIONS 1. MUST I FILE A RESPONSE: NO. It is not required, but you may file a response and/or you may also appear at the hearing if you want to tell the Court why you support or do not support the Minor's request to be emancipated or to provide additional information or to correct information contained in the Minor's "Petition for Emancipation". Note: There is a FEE. 2. WHO CAN FILE A RESPONSE: Generally, if you received notice of the request for emancipation from the Court, you may respond, though you are not required to do so. 3. DOES IT COST TO FILE A RESPONSE: There are fees for filing petitions, responses, and various forms with the Court. A list of current fees is available from the Self Service Center and from the Clerk of Court's website. If you cannot afford the filing fee and/or the fee for having the papers served by the Sheriff or by publication, you may request a deferral (payment plan) when you file your papers with the Clerk of the Court. Deferral Applications are available at no charge from the Self-Service Center. 4. WHEN MUST A RESPONSE BE FILED: If you choose to file a written response, you must file it with the Clerk of the Court no later than thirty (30) days after you received the court papers. 5. WHAT TO FILE: After you have completed your Response, make 3 copies and present the original and all 3 copies to the Clerk of the Court, Juvenile Division, to be stamped, along with your filing fee or fee deferral application. The Clerk will place the original in the Court file and return the copies to you. 6. WHERE TO FILE: You may file at one of the two facilities for the Maricopa County Juvenile Court: Durango Facility 3131 W. Durango Street Phoenix, AZ 85009 Southeast Facility 1810 S. Lewis Street Mesa, AZ 85210 Cases are assigned to a facility based upon the zip code of the residence of the Minor. If the zip code is 85200 through and including 85299, or any zip code area that is east of Central Avenue in Phoenix, the case will probably be assigned to the Southeast Facility. Any zip code that is west of Central Avenue will probably be assigned to the Durango Facility. You can present your documents for filing at either location; however, the hearing will be held at the facility to which the case is assigned. © Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County ALL RIGHTS RESERVED JE31i- 102213 Page 1 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 7. WHO GETS THE THREE STAMPED COPIES OF THE RESPONSE: · · · 1 copy goes to the Minor or his/her attorney. If you know the address of the Minor or of his/her attorney, mail or deliver a copy of your response to the Minor or his/her attorney. 1 copy goes to the Judge. If you provide a copy for the Judge, the Clerk of Court will deliver it to the judge assigned to the case. 1 copy is for your records (if desired). 8. WHAT TO SAY IN THE RESPONSE: Tell the Judge why you support or object to the Minor's emancipation, and/or explain any other information the Court should be aware of in relation to the Minor's emancipation. Write neatly and use black ink. 9. GOING TO THE HEARING: In addition to (or instead of) filing the "Response", you may attend the Court hearing to be available to tell the Judge why you support or disagree with the Petition or to inform the Court of any incorrect or incomplete information. OTHER THINGS TO KNOW FOR THE COURT HEARING: a. The Juvenile Court utilizes a digital audio recording system to preserve the official record of proceedings. If a party wants a court reporter to record a proceeding in this Court, a written request must be filed with the Clerk of the Court and a copy provided to Juvenile Court Administration at least 72 hours before the commencement of the proceeding. There is a fee for this service. b. If you need a court interpreter, call 602-506-0490 at least 10 days before the h