FAQ - Probate

Do you have my will?

Arizona no longer has any provisions in the statutes for the filing of wills for safekeeping. If you are inquiring as to whether someone may have had a will for safekeeping placed with the office of the clerk before the change in statute, please contact your local clerk of the court for more information. A will that is currently in safekeeping is not public record and can only be released to the person that drew up the will or an attorney for their estate.

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