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

Units

QUESTIONS

  • If stopped by law enforcement, officer asks "IS A GUN IN THE VEHICLE?" is the operator required to answer specifically yes or no? We are not residents of the state of Arizona.
  • I had my parental rights terminated in 2008 to my oldest son and to this day the judge is ordering me to pay monthly child support to my ex sister in law who only has gaurdianship of my son. I was recently incarcerated due to no payment. I don't understand why or how this is possible that I am not only having to pay monthly child support but my sons father doesn't have to pay anything.Dont get me wrong he's my son and my responsibility but I don't have any rights to him legally :(. I appreciate any and every kind of help please and thank you.
  • I am the gaurdian of my disabled son. He recieves social security because I am disabled. The guardianship began on his 18th birthday. Because I am traveling I have an agreement with his mother for him to stay with her. She expects me to continue to send her an additional $1200 because that was my child support agreement. I told her that was changing. She needed to provide reciepts for reimbursement for any thing above his room and board. She believes this money is for her use and has filed a motion to have herself named as guardian. Question does child support continue for an adult in guardian
  • The mother has informed the judge at our last settlement that she has moved back into her dad's house and plans to quit her job to go to school fulltime. My concern is with me currently paying child support, will that amount increase due to her deciding not to work, especially when all her expenses will be accounted for by her dad?
  • My grandparents live in a 55+ senior living community that adamantly refuses to allow even quiet, inside pets. My grandparents own their trailer. Do they, being the owners of their home, have the right to a quiet pet that lives exclusively indoors? If not, why?
  • My trial was scheduled more than 10 months after the Plaintiff filed a lawsut. It has been over 2 months since my trial and there has been no ruling. Can I file a post trial motion to dismiss based on the 10 month rule in Az? This is a civil debt matter and I filed everything in a timely fashion. At trial the judge halted the trial half way thru as he said he was unfamiliar with the new amended AZ laws. It has been over 365 days since they file a complaint and over 2 months since we both gave him our memorandum of case law after trial. Question is should I wait for a decision or file a motion?
  • My lease is up very soon at my current residence and my landlord has informed me that the home owner is holding me responsible for a Queen Palm Tree that died this past year and expects me to purchase and replace the tree. This is a rather expensive tree...$750 to be exact. Well, I don't feel like I should have to buy a new palm tree and I'm wondering if I'm legally responsible and need to know if I am. The irrigation system has been nothing but trouble sense before I leased the property. I've had constantly complain about it and had to have numerous repairs made and finally replace the system
  • my boyfriend has to go to court for a dui and since we can't afford an attorney, the judge is making him defend himself and hasn't appointed him a state defender. can he do this? isn't it in your rights that if you can't afford an attorney one will be appointed to you?
  • What happends next when my spouse responds to the divorce?
  • is the custodial parent allowed to stop the current child support order before the children turn 18?

STORIES

  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .
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  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .

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