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Things You Should Know About Divorce in Arizona (51%)
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Children Hurt Too (27%)
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Life Care Planning Packet (Advanced Directives), Information and Documents from the Arizona Attorney General (18%)
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AHCCCS Informational Brochures (18%)
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Arizona Health Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) Eligibility Manual (18%)
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Loan Modification Frequently Asked Questions (18%)
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Informational Pamphlets for Filing Without an Attorney (Pro Se) (18%)
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Garnishment (16%)
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Arizona's New Minimum Wage Law (14%)
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Buying a Used Car - Before you Start (14%)
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Parent Education Classes (14%)
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Health Insurance after Retirement (11%)
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Dealing with Debt (11%)
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The Asylum Program of Arizona (11%)
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Earned Income Tax Credit (11%)
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Information for Detainees without an Attorney (11%)
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Things You Should Know about Custody and Parenting Time (10%)
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Buying a Used Car - Private Sales (10%)
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Marital Status and your Finances (10%)
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The Cash Assistance Program and Child Support (10%)
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Nutrition Support Services and Food Stamps (9%)
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The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) (9%)
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Save for Retirement (9%)
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Divorce in Arizona (8%)
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Predatory Lending Schemes and Scams (8%)
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Medicare (8%)
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Adoption and Child Welfare (8%)
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County Tax Assessors (8%)
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Arizona County Tax Assessors

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Certified Fiduicaries (8%)
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Where to Find an Attorney for Specific Legal Advice (8%)
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Victim's Bill of Rights (8%)
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Loans and Your Home: Know the Danger Signs (8%)
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The Family Medical Leave Act (8%)
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Consumer Protection - How to Avoid Scams (8%)
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You and the Law: Fair Debt Collection (8%)
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Child Support in Arizona (7%)
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Fair Housing For All: It's the Law! (7%)
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Tax Relief for Seniors (7%)
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How To Change Your Name (6%)
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How to Get a Certified Copy of a Birth Certificate (6%)
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Interactive Forms FAQ (6%)
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Setting Aside Convictions and Restoring Civil Rights (6%)
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Information for Homeowners Facing Loss of a Home (6%)
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Maricopa County Domestic Violence Resources (6%)
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Buying a Used Car - Dealer Sales (6%)
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The Food Stamp and Cash Assistance Program: Overpayments (6%)
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Housing Options for Seniors (6%)
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Assistance with Legal Document Preparation (6%)
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Tips for a Successful Client-Attorney Relationship (6%)
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Horne Issues National Mortgage Settlement Consumer Alert to Arizonans (6%)
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New Automobile Buying Tips (6%)
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Things You Should Know about Protective Orders (5%)
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Domestic Violence Survivor's Guide (5%)
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Voting Information (5%)
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Small Claims Court Process (5%)
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AHCCCS Health Plans (5%)
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The Landlord Tenant Relationship (5%)
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You and the Law: Employment Discrimination (5%)
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The Food Stamp Program: Income and Deductions (5%)
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Staying in Charge of Your Future (5%)
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Elder Abuse and its Effects (5%)
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Covenant Marriage in Arizona (4%)
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Family Law on the Navajo Nation: How is Property Divided in a Divorce? (4%)
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The Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act and Debt Cancellation (4%)
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Historic Civil Rights Act offers new hope for fighting discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity (4%)
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Will bankruptcy save my home from foreclosure? (4%)
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Avoiding Foreclosure of Your Home (4%)
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MEDICARE IS HERE TO STAY (3%)
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FORECLOSURE DEFICIENCIES IN ARIZONA: Will I still owe money after a foreclosure? (3%)
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Overview of Asylum Law (2%)
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Directives and Ways to Avoid Financial Exploitation (2%)
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QUESTIONS

  • My wife and I are retired seniors. She brought home a flyer from the mailbox advertising a Handyman. Our evaporative cooler stopped working. This man came over and said he could fix it for $210.59. The next day he came back and after looking around for a while he said they don't make these kind of control boxes anymore. He came over that night with a friend of his, John, and they both decided they would have to look for the parts. The next day they both came back with a computer. Jim sat at the computer and started rattling off numbers to John who was using a calculator. After much running in and out to the cooler it was decided that the job would cost $1055.29. My wife and I looked at each other and decided we couldn't live without a cooler in Arizona. I asked Jim how much of a down payment he would need and he said all except $100.00 to buy the parts. I wrote out the check to Jim's Handyman Service. The next morning he called and said three of them had to go to Phoenix to get the parts but he would have to stop by my house first because they would not take a check made out to his business. I thought it strange that someone would run a business using personal checks but wrote out one to Jim Petty which my wife brought out to the gate and exchanged it for the business check. Therefore I never received a receipt for the $745.29 check. That afternoon they called me on the way back from Phoenix and told me that they would be at my house at 8:30 that night to install the parts. I reluctantly agreed and thought it very strange that they wanted to install the parts in the dark. At 9:45 pm the phone rang and they were at our front gate. I told them we were going to bed to come back in the morning. At 7:30 the next morning they were installing the parts into the cooler which included a new thermostat that was previously mentioned to cost between $300 and $400 alone. They finished the job by 9:30, I paid Jim the last $100 and they left. We had no instructions for the thermostat and only two scribbled over work orders mentioning $210.00,$118.00 and 109.00 in various spots on the work orders. We never received a contract, warranty, nothing! After the cooler started to cool the house down we found out it would not shut off or on automatically once it reached the ambient temperature. I called Lowe's and a man tried to help us because they sold that kind of thermostat but eventually said he couldn't help us because he would have to see how the control box was wired and that it was probably wired wrong. I called Jim and asked for an itemized invoice. He agreed but I never heard from him again. He also has not responded to my e mail messages. On one of the scribbled work orders was written a 10 year warranty on parts and labor and 5 years on the computer (if you can read it.) I only signed one of the work orders. This person has "Jesus is Lord" printed under his name on his business card. If you ask me that's all part of the scam. He and his friend John have no intention, that I can, see of ever contacting me. If I could, I would attach a picture of the 'kit' he installed. It all comes in one box and all the 'so called' parts including the thermostat cost $149.99!
  • My question is does Arizona limit or prohibit the elimination of implied warranties in used automobile sales by dealers? Put another way, does "as is -no warranty" eliminate all implied warranties?
  • I we are surrendering our Motor Home(RV) to the bank for we cannot afford the monthly payments any longer. We are told after the RV is sold we are still responsible for the remmaning amt. owed. We think that amt. will be about $37000.00 which we cannot afford, what can we do at that point?
  • My daughter will turn 18 at the end of January, but is still in high school, senior, graduates in May. Is there a form for me to fill out to keep the C.S. obligation going? Also I am married now but the clearing house still knows me by my old last name how can I change it?
  • I found out I was charged with a crime through attorney promotional mail saying I needed an attorney. How long from that day does the state of WI have to actually serve me the papers or does it matter?
  • i believe my landlord is being abused in away that could result in his death what is the fastest way to get help and please dont say call police they arent helpfull
  • So my daughters father and i where together when she was born naturally i gave her his last name. On Septemeber 29, 2015 he was arrested and charged with his 3rd domestic. There's a 2 year order of protection in place he gets visitation within that op. Due to all this id like to not change but at least hyphenate her last name can i do this?
  • 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 turn 18 in October. I was wondering what it would take to change my last name to my moms maiden name in October. My mom is okay with it and father hasn't been in my life. Also my mom and father are seperated and going through child support issues. Is there anything that would prevent me from doing that? If so what can i do?
  • I work for the school district and only get 35 hours per week. With all the time off without pay the maximum hour I can get is around 1175. Does this mean I will never qualify for fmla?

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