Do the court records from my divorce become public record?

I don't anyone to be able to read about our divorce proceedings.

Tucson, AZ -

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Mark Cord

Mark Cord

Divorce / Separation Lawyer - Scottsdale, AZ
Answered

Yes, unless the Court determines the public interest in disclosure is outweighed by the privacy interests of the persons concerned, i.e. you need to make a compelling argument your circumstances are much different from the standard divorce.

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