Attorney General’s Office (Tucson) Profile

The Arizona Attorney General's Office in Tucson provides a variety of services to the people living in Southern Arizona including but not limited to issues civil rights, consumer, fraud, child support and Department of Child Safety cases.

Address
400 W Congress
South Bl, Ste 315
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 628-6504
Fax: (520) 628-6530

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QUESTIONS

  • I currently have ahcccs and I am now moving to Florida. Will I still be covered?
  • I was on the highway when a vehicle rear ended me. Highpatrol exchange insurance information and never gave the driver a citation. I had to get medically treated and my car is not safe and messed up. When i filled a claim with my insurance company they said they couldnt do anything because the driver that hit me was not insured and the information he gave the officer was not valid. What can i do, i am hurt and my car is not safe to drive.
  • My employer has not paid my child support in over a year. my employer said he has paid it but will not show me proof that it was paid. Child support has not received payment.
  • My daughters father is in jail for a non child support related offense. His payments have been little to none for months and the last 3 weeks I have been getting a very small portion of his unemployment. It hasn't been adding up to what he is to pay each month. My question being- if a bond is posted does that automatically get put towards his unpaid child support? And if its not automatically shuffled toward it what are the options I have to make it so, if any?
  • I'm a female, single,on disability,recovering from liver transplant and chemo treatments for a rare lymphoma. My HOA initated fore closure for non payment of Assn fees. Im trying to resolve this with hardship modification loan.My mortgage co is working with me. I'm on a fixed income and can't hire an attorney. Can the foreclosure process be stalled until I get this done? thanks
  • My son is 11. My son doesnt want to visit his father as often as outlined in the agreement, because his doesnt feel comfortable at his fathers house. He comes home very upset after his visits, because his father talks bad about me, according to my son, every day. He says speaking up wont help, because he wont simply stop for an hour or two and then continue again.Can he choose not to see his father as oulined in the parenting schedule? And if so, how should he/we take go about it?
  • I'm a Disabled Veteran, my husband is active army - we met on active duty 2008 & married 2012. Due to him physically and mentally abusing me, we seperated end 2014, had a separation agreement in place since we lived in NC. We toyed with reconciling during 2015 and 2016. Feb 2017, despite being in contact with each other, he filed for divorce in TX, filed a false affidavit that he couldn't find me, and had a default judgement granting divorce. He cleared out our 3600 sqft home in NC of all our joint & personal property and dropped my daughter from ins. How to make his wrongs, right?
  • Are there any laws that protect the landlord and/or tenant in regards to late fees that can be incorporated into a lease? Would $10.00 per day after the 3rd day of the month be considered reasonable or excessive. I have tried to research this in the landlord & tenant act but I cannot find anything specific. Would ARS 44-1201 or 44-1201 apply to late fees in regards to unpaid rent?
  • I filed to change my name and have a hearing date. Is it possible to amend the filing prior to the hearing to make changes?
  • my ex-boyfriend and i were never married. we have a two and a half year old son. i have not filed for child support but would like to. he has not been supportive and rarely comes to see our son. in the past 6 months, he visited our son twice.. he say's if im going to file, he wants joint custody. can this happen?

STORIES

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

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