This section of our website is intended to serve as an informational resource for the citizens of Mohave County and other customers who may need the services of the Clerks Office.
If you have any problem accessing any portion of this website, or you believe additional content or information should be available that is not contained here, please feel free to contact the Clerk's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: The Clerk of Superior Court is not allowed to give legal advice. Please contact Community Legal Services at (928) 681-1177 or (800) 255-9031.
Christina began working at the Clerk’s office in 2007. She was appointed by Governor Doug Ducey on August 24, 2021, to serve as Clerk of Mohave Superior Court, finishing the term vacated by Virlynn Tinnell. Christina serves on several local and statewide committees and is currently the Probate Registrar and Jury Commissioner for Mohave County.
A bail bondsman, bail bond agent or bond dealer is any person, agency or corporation that will act as a surety and pledge money or property as bail for the appearance of a defendant in court.
View a List of Approved Bondsmen
Professional Bail Bondsmen Procedure
Affidavit of Professional Bondsman
Electronically filing documents is available for certain Civil, Criminal, Domestic Relations, Guardianship/Conservatorship, Juvenile Delinquency, and Probate cases. Find out more at the eFiling portal offered by the State at https://efile.azcourts.gov/
Legal Document Preparation
The Legal Document Preparer Program certifies non-attorney legal document preparers in Arizona who provide document preparation assistance and services to individuals and entities not represented by an attorney. Legal document preparers may provide general legal information but may not give legal advice.
View A List of Certified Legal Document Preparers In Mohave County.
Orders of Assignment
An assignment order is a court order that requires a judgment debtor to assign certain rights to the judgment creditor. Such assignment orders are obtained through a noticed motion.
The Without Notice Order of Assignment to the first employer is binding 31 days after service to the employer or payor of funds. The Without Notice Order of Assignment is binding upon future employers or payors 14 days after the employer receives a copy of the Order of Assignment.
To inform the Clerk of the Court of a change in employment for the payor, you must submit in writing the following information: Case number, Atlas #, name and address of the payor, social security number of the payor, name of the new employer, and the complete mailing address for the employer. This information should be mailed to the Clerk of Superior Court, P.O. Box 7000, Kingman AZ 86402.
To stop an Order of Assignment, a Motion to Stop or Modify the Order of Assignment must be filed with the Clerk of the Court.
Process Server Information
If you wish to act as a private process server, here’s what you need to know. Find out more here.