Frequently Asked Questions - Civil Appeals to Appellate Court

What does it cost to file a Notice of Appeal in Arizona?

The Superior Court fee for filing a Notice of Appeal in a civil action is currently $92.00. There is also a filing fee for the Appellant, payable to the Court of Appeals that is currently $280.00. These fees may change. You should check the fees posted on the websites for Division One and Division Two of the Arizona Court of Appeals. The website address for Division One is: www.azcourts.gov/coa1. The website for Division Two is: www.appeals2.az.gov. After the Notice of Appeal is sent by the Superior Court Clerk to the Court of Appeals, the Court of Appeals Clerk will notify the appellant by mail that the Court of Appeals filing fee is due.

 

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