Center for Community Dialogue Profile

Our Family’s Center for Community Dialogue helps Southern Arizonans talk about challenging issues in a skilled, civil and respectful way. We do this through services, training, and community events. •Services: Serving as neutral guides to help people resolve conflict, build consensus or improve communication. Mediation Services for individuals in: Neighborhood, Workplace, Family/Elder, and Small Claims. •Training: Building skills for our staff/volunteers and the community at large in a variety of communication and conflict-resolution processes. •Community events: Facilitating opportunities for dialogue that spark constructive exchange of views and mutual understanding.

Address
3830 E. Bellevue Street,
Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: 520-323-1708 ext.504
Website: www.ourfamilyservices.org

QUESTIONS

  • I am going to be leasing my house out and I am in the process of preparing a lease agreement. Can I require the tenant to carry renters insurance in the terms of the lease agreement? If so, what are the restrictions on what I can require?
  • After filing a "notice of claim" at the state attorney general's office, how much time does the state's attorney have to respond ?
  • I'm liviing in a home with my ex spouse and I pay (by written agreement )the mortgage .I am not an heir to her estate! Is the written agreement still valid when the estate passes to the heirs
  • my husband and i have been married for 13yrs. i have asked and told him that i want a divorce cause we lost respect for each other and neither of us are happy. dv is within this marriage. i'm tired of the fighting, arguing, etc. do you think the judge would grant my request for dissolution of marriage? i need help with this please. i cant and wont take no more of this abuse from my husband.
  • i am 81 years old my doctor said i can no longer live by myself can i use that to break my lease besides i can no longer afford to pay my rent
  • 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
  • I have been verbally harassed by a company that out-sources my company to do work for them. I have a few pages documenting what has been said or name calling that has occurred ( so many names everything from "scar face, lesbian, and whore). I was wondering if this would be considered a hostile work environment?
  • My brother was charged and served 10 years in prison for recieving and selling stolen property in MI. He moved to AZ to find a job 2 months ago and he is looking forward to going back to school to become a paralegal. Will he be able to become a paralegal and he can he become a lawyer? He has no record in AZ nor any other state. Any advice is helpful. Thanks!
  • I only have. A released az prison id n a temporary az paper id .will that work to get my birth certificate.
  • When I was 14, my olet sister had a baby boy. A few days before he was turning two years old, she was found abusing him and my other older sisters 5 year old daughter. The police did nothing but a few months later, she left and never came back. I've been taking care of the boy since he was barely 2. He's almost 8 now. My mother was supposed to try to get custody and hand it to me but she didn't. Now I'm 21. He knows me as his parent. He doesn't know anyrhing else..what can I do if the mother isn't around?

STORIES

  • If you get a divorce, make sure your date of birth is on the Decree if your name is changing!. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .

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