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Guide for Self-Represented Appellants and Appellees (55%)
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U.S Bankruptcy Court Debtor Help (55%)
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AZTurbocourt: The online court system (51%)
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Certified Fiduicaries (39%)
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Arizona Superior Court Locations by County (38%)
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Cochise County Resources for Domestic Violence (34%)
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Divorce in Arizona (33%)
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Things You Should Know about Custody and Parenting Time (33%)
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Pinal County Resources for Domestic Violence (32%)
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Garnishment (31%)
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Yuma County Resources for Domestic Violence (31%)
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La Paz County Resources for Domestic Violence (27%)
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Santa Cruz County Resources for Domestic Violence (27%)
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Yavapai County Resources for Domestic Violence (27%)
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Creditor Resources (27%)
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Debtor Resources (27%)
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Navajo County Resources for Domestic Violence (26%)
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Juvenile Courts by County (26%)
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Juvenile Courts by County
How To Change Your Name (26%)
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Small Claims Court Process (25%)
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Coconino County Resources for Domestic Violence (25%)
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Gila County Resources for Domestic Violence (24%)
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Gila County Resources for Domestic Violence (24%)
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Graham County Resources for Domestic Violence (24%)
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Greenlee County Resources for Domestic Violence (24%)
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The Cash Assistance Program and Child Support (23%)
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Things You Should Know about Protective Orders (23%)
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Covenant Marriage in Arizona (22%)
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Parent Education Classes (22%)
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Pima County Resources for Domestic Violence (22%)
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Mohave County Resources for Domestic Violence (21%)
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Child Support in Arizona (21%)
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Apache County Resources for Domestic Violence (21%)
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Maricopa County Domestic Violence Resources (18%)
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Assistance with Legal Document Preparation (18%)
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Setting Aside Convictions and Restoring Civil Rights (17%)
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Domestic Violence Survivor's Guide (17%)
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U.S. Bankruptcy Court District of Arizona Self Help Center (16%)
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Divorce on the Navajo Nation - Grounds and Requirements (14%)
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Information for Homeowners Facing Loss of a Home (14%)
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Buying a Used Car - Private Sales (14%)
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Tribal Resources for Domestic Violence (13%)
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U.S Bankruptcy Court District of Arizona Centros de Self-Help (13%)
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Historic Civil Rights Act offers new hope for fighting discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity (12%)
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Family Law on the Navajo Nation: How is Property Divided in a Divorce? (12%)
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Repossession Law (11%)
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The Food Stamp and Cash Assistance Program: Overpayments (11%)
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The Family Medical Leave Act (9%)
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County Resources for Domestice Violence Victims (8%)
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Dealing with Debt (8%)
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FORECLOSURE DEFICIENCIES IN ARIZONA: Will I still owe money after a foreclosure? (7%)
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AHCCCS Health Plans (6%)
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The Landlord Tenant Relationship (6%)
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Staying in Charge of Your Future (6%)
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Interactive Forms FAQ (6%)
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Arizona Booster Seat Laws (6%)
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Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (6%)
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Will bankruptcy save my home from foreclosure? (6%)
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You and the Law: Fair Debt Collection (5%)
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Buying a Used Car - Dealer Sales (4%)
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Arizona Resources for Seniors (4%)
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  • I planned to utilize 12 weeks of FMLA for the birth and care of my baby. However, the doctor will only allow me 6-8 weeks and then considers me "fit to return to work". The pediatrician cannot give me an addition an excuse for the care of my baby - unless the baby is sick. Legally, can my employer require me to return to work when my doctor says that I am able? How can I extend my leave to 12 weeks?
  • I have filedfor divorce with children done everything in order and made it to the hearing for temp. orders. We both are scheduled for the the pip class which i just took on Wed. The judge said my husband could take his in Las Vegas cause he lives there. The judge said that he is not setting this case for anything until completion cert. are received by the court for both of us. How long does he have to prove completion so we can keep going forward
  • Can cps keep my child I never new he was mine until he was 6 months old and was not with the mother she had him taken by cps when she deleivered him I didnt even no she was pregnant
  • How do I find out if there is a sale date for my home that is in foreclosure?
  • I am the recipient of the child support that my son is to recieve. I am not working but going to school full time, my son's father had put down on the paper work when he filed that I was making minimum wage and said that it was mandatory to have that down regardless if I was working or not. Is this true. He also says that it was mandatory that he gets to put my son on his taxes every year for four years is this true?
  • How can i get my case number without having go down the DES Office?
  • Is being dyslectic considered to be a form of disability that an employer can help with by providing standards to follow rather than every employee doing the same jobs but calling each process different at will. It’s very confusing to me being a dyslectic. This company is very adamant about not providing standards as not to hamper individual creativity. I believe there should be some sort of middle ground that will help me quite a bit. I’ve been trying to make some changes without revealing my disability but in doing so, it appears I am, and am considered not so smart. I’m not sure what I should do. I’m feeling the pressure of some that I not so good at what I do and that’s not true. My job title is a Structural Designer II
  • 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?
  • I want to file a Civil Action Lawsuit against my former employer for unpaid wages. I'm owed $1323.00. Can I do this on my own or do I need an attorney?

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OTHER LEGAL RESOURCES

  • State Bar of Arizona
    www.azbar.org
  • 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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