E-Library: Law, Government, & Public Records
Doing Arizona research? Find microfilmed copies of birth certificates from 1855-1939 and death certificates from 1870-1964.
Find & print Arizona legal forms, including contracts, incorporation, wills, premarital agreements, power of attorney, bankruptcy, & more.
Get the Life Care Planning Packet online or find out where you can go to get legal forms and do legal research around the state.
Looking for birth or death certificates? Census data? Court or inmate records? Use this list for everything Arizona.
Lawyers, Courts, and Legal Forms - More Tools
A list of resources to help find a lawyer and/or document preparer in Pima County and the State of Arizona.
Listing of court structure, from City of Tucson up to U.S. Appeals courts.
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Commonly requested local, state of Arizona, national and international government agencies created by our Ask a Librarian service.
More Tools for Learning and Research
Find millions of academic journal articles that cover all kinds of topics, including science and technology, medicine, the arts, & theology.
A digital data suite of 15 collections with geologic bulletins, reports and maps published by the Arizona Geological Survey.
Photographs, books, maps, news footage, oral histories, personal letters, museum objects, artwork, government documents, and so much more.
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