Arizona Fair Housing Center Profile

Provides services to individuals who have suffered discrimination in any housing situation. They can provide information and claim forms to individuals who have suffered discrimination or make legal referrals for individuals who need further assistance.

Address
1402 S Central Ave
BLD A, Ste B
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: (602) 548-1599
Toll Free: 1-800-367-8939
Website: http://www.azfairhousing.net/

QUESTIONS

  • my father pass away in 2008 he was the one who took care of the bill and finaces for the house my mother and father both retired but my father went back to work after 70 and rebuild the house 2006 and 2007 katrena, my stayed home a way after my father died my had stroke after stroke, dementia, she couldn't remember to pay her bill well i have been taken care of her for seven years she pass 2014 aug. now i have been going back and forth with jp morgan comp. chase bank. to due a remodifaction loan, now i have a letter sayingthe loan has been paid i have to get my own insurance the will not insur
  • My exhusband and his girlfriend purchased a home together. I have been refused their new address and I feel that I have the right to know where they live, in case of an emergency. What are the legal ramifications of the primary custodial parent not knowing where the children live every other weekend? Do I have that right to know?
  • How much does it cost in total to be emancipated in Arizona?
  • My Landlord has started Eviction proceedings and has become quite vicious about the whole issue. I do not dispute the fact that I am late with the rent. (Serious Medical Issues arose) and have been attempting to make arrangements for the arrears and current amounts due. He is refusing to discuss that option. He is now adding that I am a problem to the other neighbors, in addition huge maintenance list he has told me has cost the landlord undue stress and hardship. I have over 100 pictures available to show the condition upon move in and he refuses to see them as well. Opinions? Regards, KFP
  • What are the laws to have normal wear n tear fixed. How often?
  • A friend of mine who lived in an RV park recently died. He left his RV to me. At the time of his death he was renting on a yearly basis, and was paid up through May 2018. Park management says that the lot rental payments are not transferable, and that I must sign a new rental agreement. Have looked through Title 33 Chapter 19, but not sure if anything there applies. Is it true that the park owner can "keep the rent," in a case like this?
  • Im in a Rv and rented this spot for a month or more if needed and the whole month I was there,the grounds keeper gave me a notice to move by the first of the month for no reason .I work every day and had the money to pay next months rent.So we went on our way to another place.Can I go after this guy for any thing at all.
  • Should I file for bankruptcy if I cannot pay my debts?
  • We are renting our townhouse in another city in Arizona. We signed a 1 year lease with our tenant. The lease currently came up for renewal. Our tenant wanted to go month to month. We were not willing to do so, but said we were willing to shorten the new lease to 6 months. The tenant said (on the phone) that that would work for her. We drafted a renewal page, mailed it to her to sign. we included a prepaid, self addressed envelope. It has been several weeks, we have not received the signed renewal agreement yet We have called several times and she does not answer/return calls What should we do
  • For an Order of Protection to be filed, does there have to be an incident within the past 12 months or is long pattern of abuse sufficient?

STORIES

  • 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. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .

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