Notice Of Court Fees And Costs Due {AOC DFGF7F} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Arizona

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Notice Of Court Fees And Costs Due {AOC DFGF7F} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Arizona

Notice Of Court Fees And Costs Due {AOC DFGF7F}

This is a Arizona form that can be used for Fee Waiver And Deferral within Statewide.

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Arizona Supreme Court Page 1 of 2 AOC DFGF7F-050119 IMPORTANT! Read this notice carefully. If you do not do what this notice tells you to do, a judgment for all unpaid fees and costs will be entered against you. This judgment may appear on your credit report, could cause your wages to be garnished or your tax refund to be intercepted, or result in other financial consequences including collection agency costs. If you do not understand this notice, you may wish to seek legal advice or contact Legal Aid for help. NOTICE OF COURT FEES AND COSTS DUE When your case was filed, you requested that the court defer the court fees and costs in your case. The court granted you a deferral. A deferral means that payment was postponed, and you did not have to pay all the costs and fees while your case was open. The case is now over. Payment of court fees and costs in the amount of $ are now due in your case. You must either pay these fees and costs or file a supplemental application for waiver or further deferral by (date) . If you do not pay or file a supplemental application by the above date, a judgment for the total amount of unpaid fees and costs will be entered against you. The court may then take legal steps to collect the unpaid judgment. You may make the payment or obtain and file a supplemental application at (court name, location, and telephone number): In the supplemental application, if you qualify, you can ask the court for: 1. Waiver of fees and costs. This means you never have to pay the fees and costs in this case. 2. Further deferral of fees and costs. This means the court arranges a payment schedule. You may also ask the court for an itemized statement of unpaid fees and costs at no cost to you. After reviewing the itemized statement, if you disagree with the amount due, you may request a hearing. If you file a supplemental application for further waiver or deferral of the court fees and costs and the application is denied, you may request a hearing. Supplemental applications or forms to request a hearing are available online at: American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Arizona Supreme Court Page 2 of 2 AOC DFGF7F-050119 or at the following court locations: I CERTIFY that I mailed/delivered a copy of this document to: [ ] Applicant [ ] at the above address [ ] in court [ ] Applicant222s attorney [ ] at the above address [ ] in court Date: By Clerk American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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