The Certification and Licensing Division of the Arizona Supreme Court runs a Confidential Intermediary Program. The program provides certification of confidential intermediaries. Those who perform this job facilitate contact between siblings who were separated due to legal issues or parties to an adoption. In Arizona, all parties involve must consent to having their information shared. Intermediaries are allowed to examine court records.
To get certified, you will need to attend an initial training that lasts about 12 hours. Then, you need to pass a confidential intermediary exam.
The Supreme Court has a study guide that you can use for this test. It can be found on the main page for the Confidential Intermediary Program.
After getting certified, you will have additional annual training requirements of about 12 hours. There may be a self-study option. Check current rules for that possibility.
For updated exam schedules, application forms, and the like, contact the office for this program.
The Arizona Supreme Court
Certification & Licensing Division
Attn: Confidential Intermediary Program
1501 West Washington
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
Division Line: (602) 452-3378
Fees are always subject to change. But a training session is around $100, and certification is about $50.