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 rented a room in my home to a school teacher that was being evicted from her house, I felt sorry for her and wanted to help her out. I only wanted a month to month lease but decided to give her a 2 1/2 month lease the lease states that the term of the lease will terminate on Nov.30, 2016. In the addition terms it states if the landlord and tenant agree to renew the agreement that it would be a month to month rental. One week into our agreement I told her I would not be renewing our lease after it expire, She is refusing to leave and said I didn't give her 30 day notice. What can I do ?
  • My late husband suffered from Alzheimer's Disease when he borrowed money and signed documents that deeded his home to another person. That person refuses to return title of the home to my late husband's estate even though the loan was paid off in full. What are my rights?
  • can a car dealership repossess my car and return my money because they feel they gave me more for my trade in than what it was worth?
  • How do I get a warrant served for a deadbeat parent that is in arrears of almost $35,000? He seems to disappear alot.I can't get the sherrifs department to go after him unless there is a warrant.
  • I've been charged with possession of dangerous drugs and possession of paraphernalia. I have priors from a case in 2010 of attempted sale of dangerous drugs 2 counts and attempted trafficking stolen property. I did prison time for the stolen property and probation for the drug charges and I completed everything in 2012 including paying off all fines. My lawyer I hired because he said he could win my case. Since hiring him he has done absolutely everything to destroy my case. I am on the honor roll at college and they want me to do 10 years for the crimes. What can I do?
  • 500 of us live at a 55 plus Mobile Home Park on the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community and have received notice of the end of a 99 year lease being up 70 years early, Dose the State of Arizona controll what happens or is it under Federal Law because were located on the Reservation?
  • i have a friend who is now 17 and her grandma had guardian ship of her but had kicked her out of the house and she has been staying with me since. now they are trying to get her to go home but she doesn't feel safe there. how can i make it to where i take over guardian ship of her? or how can she get imancipated she just does not want to go back to that place
  • cost for expunging record in Maricopa county.
  • I am a new manager and I discover today that one of my tenants,who lives with boyfriend in an apartment that they rent, has her minor daughter living with her boyfriend,which is not a minor, in the apartment for a while.In the lease are only mother,mother´s boyfriend and daughter.What can I do? Should I call social services,should I cancel their contract?Is legal that the minor lives with her boyfriend( or a guy that is not a minor) and the mother accept that as normal?If the guy is giving them money can be considered that as the mother is making her daughter a prostitute? Please help
  • we were approved for a car loan by a local bank. Explained that the vehicle was in our home state and that we knew the owner. Personal banker explained this on the phone. And then the bank changed its mind and said to buy a vehicle in Az. Needless to say as seniors with good credit we were very upset. Filed a complaint withCFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau). Told we could hire an attorney but am finding difficulty. Don't know what kind of attorney or if we have a case.

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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