Lookup Public Records in La Paz County, Arizona. Including Vital Birth and Death Records, Deeds, Probate, Property Records, Mortgages, Liens, Judgments, Marriage Licenses, Voter Registrar, Payroll, Military Discharges.

La Paz County, Arizona Overview

Located in the western part of the state of Arizona, La Paz County has a population of about 20,489, according to the US Census Bureau. The county seat is Parker; however, Quartzsite is the largest community in the county. Its small population makes it the second least populous county in the state. La Paz County was created in 1983 and has a total area of 4,514 square miles 14 of which is water, and the remaining 4,500 square miles is land. The name of the county is Spanish for “the peace,” and is taken from the early settlement, now ghost town, of La Paz along the Colorado River. La Paz County was created after voters approved separating the northern portion of Yuma County, making it the only county to be established after Arizona became a state in 1912, and currently the second youngest county in the United States (the consolidated city-county of Broomfield, Colorado, was established in 2001). The county did not have a large enough tax base to begin supporting a separate county government immediately and had to rely on state money at first. As a result, Arizona laws were changed to make splitting other existing counties much more difficult. The Colorado River Indian Reservation is located in the western portion of the county. Part of the reservation extends westward into San Bernardino and Riverside Counties in California. La Paz is bordered by Mohave County to the north, Yavapai County to the northeast, Maricopa County to the east, Yuma County to the south, and to the southwest, west and northwest, California counties of Imperial, Riverside, and San Bernardino are border neighbors. There are four National Wildlife Refuge locations that are partially inside the county lines. La Paz has eight zip codes with the largest of 85344.

La Paz County Clerk Information

The clerk of the Superior Court of La Paz County is Megan Spielman.

The mission of the office is to provide progressive and efficient court-related records management for all customers of the court, including litigants, law enforcement, the judicial branch and the public.

The clerk operates under the direction of the presiding court judge. All documents filed in the court are docketed to track the records. While most records are public information, some remain confidential. The clerk has duties, which include, but are not limited to:

  • Issuing jury summons, wage assignments, child support orders and address changes, and marriage licenses
  • Gatekeeper to public access to the Superior Court judicial system
  • Processing filing fees, bail bonds, service fees, appearance bonds, and court-ordered assessments for both juveniles and adults
  • Processing passport applications, servers, and bail bondsmen
  • Being present at all hearings to swear in witnesses, store exhibits and maintain an accurate record of the proceedings
  • Acting as Jury Commissioner, who maintains the active jury list for the court
  • Assisting public inquiries regarding child support processing

La Paz County Forms

Several forms can be easily obtained on the site, (http://www.lapazsuperiorcourtclerk.com/self-service-center.html ) and they include civil, criminal, juvenile, and family courts. In addition, you can obtain power of attorney forms, probate, and protective order forms, among others. Once forms are completed and printed out you may file your documents with the court at the clerk’s address above at the courthouse. Fee schedules apply and are subject to change; however, you may pay in person or via US Mail. Personal checks are not accepted, and the fee schedule can be found oniine at

The County Recorder’s Office is responsible for the recording of real property records, voter registration, early balloting, and various other tasks. You may search the Recorder’s database, which is from 1986 to today, files of subdivision maps and recorded survey maps. You may search documents online at this site: http://www.thecountyrecorder.com/Disclaimer.aspx?jsEnabled=1

The La Paz County Court address is:
1316 Kofa Ave, Suite 607
Parker, AZ 85344

La Paz County Recorder
City Clerk’s Office

Address: 1112 S Joshua Ave #201, Parker, AZ 85344, United States

Phone Number: 928-669-6136

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