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How to Perform an Arizona People Search in No Time
By Keren P.
2 years ago

Have you ever had to get in touch with someone who has once lived or is living in Arizona without having any means to contact them? Perhaps you only know their name or the places where they once lived or schooled, and you're not exactly sure if this is enough information. Well, it turns out that you might have enough.

This is because there are lots of means and resources that you can explore to use in searching for anyone in Arizona. This article intends to point you in the direction of these resources, and you'll find them to be of value in your search for anyone.

Arizona Online Records

The Internet should typically be the first stop for anybody that wants to find someone in Arizona or anywhere else in the world. The sheer volume of data on the Internet can serve as a valuable source of information about anyone, and this information can be gotten for free. So you can scour the web for anyone on the white pages provided by some specific search engines, and find them out in no time.

Arizona People Search

Websites like "TruthFinder" and "Peoplefinder" are some of the more popular ones, and they provide text fields in which you can input the name that you have in mind. As soon as you click on the search icon, several profiles that match your search will be displayed in a blink. Chances are that you find exactly who you're looking for from the results.

You'll find things like their contact details and social media handles or other public records like their criminal history and property deeds.

Arizona Court Records

The courts are depositories of an immense amount of information about certain people. From criminal records to marital records and property deeds, there is no shortage of data in volumes of records that have been archived. And with the necessary clearance, you can get hold of this information in print or electronic form.

 Arizona Public Records

The courts in Arizona(district courts, probate courts, etc.) can be approached through direct contact with the administrative clerks. These clerks can help you in your quest to find anyone as they are the gatekeepers to tons of case files in the court's possession. With the person's name in question, or perhaps their case number, you can narrow the search and arrive at the right person.

You may need special permits to be granted access to some sensitive files, but most of the records are public and are thus not entirely difficult to access.

Arizona Marriages and Divorce Records

The person you're looking for might have previously gotten married or gone through a divorce around any part of Arizona. If this is the case, they should have a record of their marriage or divorce in the Superior Court nearest to the county where it happened. The court clerk can be approached with your request, and they would be best placed to aid you in your search for a fee, though.

 Arizona Vital Records

Also, the Arizona State Archives can be contacted for marriage and divorce decrees, as long as these decrees were filed before 1950. However, access to these records may be restricted for people who are not authorized to see them. So if you're not a family member or legal representative of the person in question, you might encounter difficulty accessing their records.

Third-Party, public websites can also keep these records, although availability may be limited in some cases.

Arizona Educational Records

The Department of Education is charged with the custody of public school records, and they can be approached in person or online for any inquiry into one of their students, past or present. Likewise, the Arizona State Board for charter schools is also responsible for the records pertaining to students of charter schools.

Arizona Court Records

So if the person you're looking for has once attended a charter or public school in Arizona, you can begin your search from these places.

For matters concerning private school students or alumni, the National Association of Independent Schools can be relied on. You can also contact the company or entity connected to the school in question. And with some help, you should be able to locate anyone remotely associated with them.

Arizona Property Records

While you can always search the Internet for information about a person's property, going directly to the official routes will present more accurate findings. You can visit the Arizona County Recorder's Office in the county where the person's property is sited and then make your inquiry. If you have the location's zip code, you can narrow your search to the relevant county office.

 Arizona Online Records

While there, you might be asked to pay a small fee and then provide government-issued means of identification to get access to their deeds of the property. With the information gotten from this document, your search would be much easier.

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