Quilt Modest Means Program Profile

The Qualified Income Legal Team (QUILT) "Modest Means" Program was designed to help individuals & families who are "too rich" for free legal services and "too poor" to afford regular attorney fees. The QUILT MODEST MEANS PROGRAM IS NOT A FREE LEGAL SERVICE. There is a $30 application/referral fee at the time you apply AND you are responsible for paying the reduced attorney fees that apply to your specific case. To participate in the QUILT program, you MUST meet the financial eligility guidelines. Call to see if you qualify.

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QUESTIONS

  • My uncle sold me his car he can no longer drive his sister was very angry and cohersed him into giving her sparekey and took the car then made him go to dmv and sign it over to her can she do this i have the bill of sale i only had it a couple weeks when she took it and he didnt know thats what he was signing please help
  • I have taken early soc sec retirement. When my wife retires in three years, will she receive her own sep soc sec income based on her working years?
  • I have lived with my fiance' who just passed away, for many years and handled all of Debra's medical and financial matters since she had cognitive deficiencies fro her heart issues. I need a copy of her death certificate and all my attempts have been denied by her dad, who only wanted Deb to leave me so her dad could put her in a long term care facility. I need the certificate for our bank and many of Debra's doctors, which include creditors. I need an attorney that can request this document for me. Bill
  • I helped a friend out and let her stay with me but she isn't playing rent and she isn't on my lease. How do I evict her and what kind of notice do I need to give her? Can it be written?
  • Management at my company have been forging documentation to avoid paying fines to the state. If I become a whistleblower, what are my protections?
  • I was served my notices and went to court with my landlord. She got a judgement against me for unpaid rent and was granted a writ of restitution to be received on 9-1-09. On the morning of 9-1-09 when I returned to the property to finish moving, she had locked the gates. My dogs were still there and I had not been served the writ by the constable. Turns out that she did not received the writ until 10:18 that morning but the gates were locked at 8:48 a.m. Does the writ have to be served or is it just given to the landlord and they can do as they please?
  • If a medical provider does not bill you for more than a year, can they charge late fees or interest on the 20% Medicare did not pay? The doctor's office said it was due to a "software problem" in its billing program.
  • My husband died 4 months after we married. Under Arizona law, am I entitled to anything in his estate. He did not have a will.
  • If I think that you have a "disability," what "reasonable accommodation" does your company have to make?
  • My family just moved out of a rental house where we lived for 5 years. In the original lease, and verbally ever since then (even in March of this year) the landlord said we would not have to pay for the condition of the carpeting when we moved out because he was going to replace it. The carpet was not damaged, but needed deep cleaning. Now the landlord says we owe $400 over and above our security deposit. He lists $500 for carpet cleaning. Can he do this? What can we do? Thanks

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. . .
  • Age discrimination in the workplace. . .

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