It says: 12-501. Effect of absence from state. When a person against whom there is a cause of action is without the state at the time the cause of action accrues or at any time during which the action might have been maintained, such action may be brought against the person after his return to the state. The time of such person's absence shall not be counted or taken as a part of the time limited by the provisions of this chapter. If one moves out of state, but lets his credit card creditors know his new address, and then several years later, returns to Arizona, would the SOL have been tolled? This statute seems like it would have been tolled, but I don't know if there are exceptions to this, especially since I was not out of reach, and still received dunning letters while away.