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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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Assistance with Utilities (16%)
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Assistance with Utilities (16%)
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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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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

  • Can I request "in-home" assistance thru AHCCCS? We are in need of assistance for someone with mild Alheimer's as reminders for taking medicine and for personal health & safety a few hours a day. Is this possible thru AHCCCS?
  • I lost my job and am unable to pay my lease. What happens if I break a lease, yet there isn't a provision in lease regarding breaking the lease.
  • If I believe my tenants have skipped and they are not claiming certifiied mail which is sent to them at the property address, may we enter the property after posting to the front of the residence the 48Hr Notice to Enter and Inspect? This notice was mailed first class and Certified mail return receipt along with being posted . This action was outlined in the tenants Residental Lease Agreement for us to have the right to inspect after giving notice. Are we safe to enter?
  • Recently in my apartment the refrigerator went out andwas repaired by a repair man the manager sent over and the repairman stated that for me to write out a list of food that was lost and take to the office.this was done and I also sign the paper stating that this in fact did happen.the manager stated that under normal situation the landlord is not responsible for the food that was lost,but because the repairman stated that he would make sure I would get paid for food lost.I would have to take this up with my insurance (Renter's insurance) about $75-100 worth of groceries.The manager has offered to deduct $75 dollars off of rent for the following month,and i agreed to this. The question is am I to be responsible for food that was lost ,when the appliance came with the apartment?this is not the first time this has happen to me.should I contact my insurance company regarding this issue?
  • I live in a house at my parents on their both deceased and I want to file bankruptcy on the house I'm only the void foreclosure can I do this legally
  • My apartment owners are known for being cheep, with this they have neglected to maintain the sewage system thus backing it up. It has happened a few times. This time it flooded my apartment with other peoples urine. The carpets have not been replaced in 5+ years. Their solution is for us to clean it up ourselves. The only thing they did was entered the apartment unannounced to use without leaving any information they had been in there to vacuum. Its still wet. What laws is this violating and can we as tenants make them replace the carpets and reimburse us for ruined clothes in the bathroom?
  • Can the father of our child bar his sister (our child's Aunt) from visiting if I agree to allow the visits? She has been in our child's life since birth and would often babysit.
  • I have a dughter who i want custody of, her grandmother says she has custody. Grandmother says that her daughter, amanda gave up her rights to our daughter. I was in prison while this was going on and they told judge they didnt know where i was. anyway, her environment is very bad for her. I have a fiance of 3 years and decided i dont care if my daughter hates me and doesnt want to live with me i cant continue to let her live like she is. it is not good for her well being. how do i get a hold of documents to find out who has custody and if mom gave up all rights? mom is in jail now.
  • Can I get cudsty over the baby before he is born or dose that have to get done after he is born?
  • I have 2 sons one is 19 and out of school the other is 17 and in school I was told I have to continue to pay support till the other is out of school is this true ? i am up to date on support and have not missed payments....please help ....

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  • 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. . .
  • I just helped my mother, age 89, deal with her Medicare HMO. . .

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  • State Bar of Arizona
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  • Maricopa County Bar
    www.maricopabar.org
    Referral number 602-257-4434
  • Pima County Bar
    www.pimacountybar.org
    Referral number 520-623-4625
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
    800-799-7233
  • Bankruptcy Court Self Help Center
    866-553-0893
  • Certified Legal Document Preparer Program
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