Arizona Secretary of State Tucson Office Profile

The Arizona Secretary of State's office handles many services including: recording business transactions, ensuring secure elections and hosts the Address Confidentiality Program.

Address
400 W Congress St
FL 1, Ste 141
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 628-6583
Fax: (520) 628-6938
Website: http://azsos.gov/

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QUESTIONS

  • Can I be evicted or forced to move to another apartment for complaining to management about a roommate, who is on a separate lease, who daily raises the volume on her audio device in her bedroom to a level that I can hear it in my bedroom, with both bedroom doors closed, and where I cannot be on the telephone because the other party cannot hear me over her music?
  • I own my trailer but rent the space. The owner of the park passed away and we were left alone for a few months. Rent checks were returned and it was chaos. I received a certified letter saying I have not paid rent for 4 months, when I know I have. I have proof for 1 of those months, but cannot find the others. The office is open for 3 hours a day while I'm at work, so I stick it in the outside mailbox that is locked. Other tenants have received the same notice and said they also paid. Some tenants are also suing the park for abandonment. What can I do to prevent paying rent twice? Thank you
  • An insurance company contacted us and informed us that our father purchased us whole life policies the year of our birth. He is not alive so we have no information on these policies. The insurance company claims that both my brother's and my policies have had two loans issued against them on the same date. They cannot provide us any documents to prove the loans that have over the last 30+ years have increased for interest and penalties to over $8500 on each policy. It is my understanding that an active contract requires documents associated must be kept. Would that be accurate?
  • what are the procedures for evicting a tenant from an rv park with a handicap wife when the spouse is the one causin all the problems
  • My wife and I are currently seperated I am thinking about a divorce we have a 16 yearold daughter and she ha child that is almost two while we were married. I have helped raise him and continue to help while we have been seperartwed, do I have any rights of joinrt cusrtody or viitartion.
  • I am a single mother trying to join the military. My recruiter told me i must give up custody or file a family care plan before i enlist i was wondering if it would be hard getting custody back if i give it up?
  • My son's father and his girlfriend had a domestic violence incident in his home where she broke glass, furniture, and physically assaulted him. The police came. My 5 year old son was in the home at the time. I would like to get a restraining order against her for my son. I don't want my son to be exposed to that again. She has also been harrassing me via hundreds of texts, phone calls, social media messages, etc. Do I have enough to file for a restraining order against her for my son? My concern is for my son's safety.
  • if my car was inbounded in mesa for 30 day imbound. can the tow yard and police department keep my car for ransom due to money owed to them for storage fees. all tickets were dismissed in regards to the vehicle being towed.
  • Searching on the internet and found a warrant for arrest in AZ. How can I research the case number to find out what the charges are. Currently doing time in prison another state...no idea what this is about...advice/help is really needed....
  • My son-in-law sued for divorce from my daughter. Two kids are involved--16 and 11. His attorney (say Mr. X) has subpoenaed me to testify on his client's behalf. I do not want to testify. Q1. Does the fact that his attorney met with my wife and me c. 1 yr ago to discuss my daughter's issues as the relate to the kids disqualify him as having knowledge we gave in confidence to him? Q2. Does the same apply to my wife, my daughter's step mother? Q3. I have worked with both to provide a negotiated settlement, divulging information that may compromise her if I testify. Will this disqualify me?

STORIES

  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .
  • Age discrimination in the workplace. . .
  • I just helped my mother, age 89, deal with her Medicare HMO. . .

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