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Pima County, AZ

Partner With A Compassionate Lawyer Offering Reliable Divorce Services In Pima County, AZ​

If you or a party to your case resides in Pima County in Arizona, Huffman-Shayeb Law, PLLC may be able to help you with your family law case. Huffman-Shayeb Law, PLLC is pleased to consult with prospective clients living in or near any of the following Pima County Areas:

  • Ajo
  • Catalina
  • Cortaro
  • Green Valley
  • Marana
  • Sahuarita
  • Sells
  • Tucson

Generally, in Arizona, family law cases are handled at the superior court level. For example, in the County of Pima, family law cases are typically heard by the Superior Court of Arizona in Pima County. (It should be noted, order of protection cases may sometimes be heard in other courts, such as justice courts and municipal courts.) The Superior Court of Arizona in Pima County is located at:

Superior Court of Arizona in Pima County

110 W. Congress St.

Tucson, Arizona 85701


Navigating a system can be difficult and complex. Huffman-Shayeb Law, PLLC may be able to help you select the appropriate court for your case and so much more. If you trying to go it alone and are confused or frustrated with the process, contact Huffman-Shayeb Law, PLLC today to set up a consultation!

Disclaimer(s): This publication is for education and informational purposes only, and represents Huffman-Shayeb Law, PLLC’s understanding of the present state of Arizona law. This publication does not constitute legal advice or council, and should not be construed as a comment on the merits of any particular case. It should be noted that the laws and requirments of the State of Arizona, as well as the addresses and contact information of Arizona courts, may change at any time and that this information may not be complete or correct. Additionally, while Huffman-Shayeb Law, PLLC is able to assist clients in the Arizona judicial system, the firm is unable to assist prospective clients with cases that are subject to the jurisdiction of any of the tribal courts of Indian nations and tribes, regardless of whether such courts are located within the territorial boundaries of the State of Arizona. 


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