Step Up to Justice Profile

Step Up to Justice is an award winning, full-service, free civil legal center for low-income individuals and families in Pima County, powered by the talents of volunteer attorneys.

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320 N. Commerce Park Loop, Suite 100
Tucson, AZ 85745
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Website: http://www.stepuptojustice.org

QUESTIONS

  • My daughter conceived out of wedlock. Lived together the entire pregnancy, & was there for her birth. No doubt that I am biological father, however, my mother advised me not to sign the birth certificate & I didn't sadly. Baby was 14 months old when my EX developed drug & alcohol problem. As a result to this she was arrested & charged with domestic violence. A month after, she decided to move move with my baby from Phx to PineTop, AZ & has kept my her from me. Baby is 3yrs old now & her mom decided to move to CA. How can I get rights as a father? Can I get shared custody? Help Please!
  • Need mediator immediately= have been fruitlessly looking with no success . HOA looking to foreclose on me..........illegal fines never served to me= I am sure you know the scenario as it is very common now a days. Senior on disability and they go after us as they know we have no one to help us due to finances. If you know of ANYONE please let me know......602-705-3326 So far they have stolen 2 peoples homes that were disabled= one had sold her income property to pay them off then they continued to harass her & she had a stroke. Another women ended up on o2 due to black mold from roof leak th
  • My ex has filed a lien per our divorce, insane isn't it? Anyway, can she, the lawyers, take my house away from me? I'm a vet, 74yo, and having a hard time making ends meet.
  • What is request for reconsideration of gun rights?
  • We lost our home a year and a half ago through foreclosure. They had strung us a long promissing to help, we didn't know there was other help out there. Is there a way to get the home back (it's not sold), is there any type of assistance for people who are already "homeless" We got a notice for settlement payment - is this our only option for assistance?
  • I purchased a condo and garage in May 2015. Then went back to Oregon for the summer. When I returned my garage door would not open. I put the key in and manually opened the door to find some else's car in my garage. When I reported it to HOA they told me a mistake was made and the person whose car was in my garage was in Ohio and would return Nov1 2015. My personal items that were left in the garage were gone. What are my legal rights to reclaim what was legally mine and also how do I remove his car from my garage
  • In the pass about 4 months ago I hped my niece out a couple times and paid on her Sprint account since then she has cancelled the account well since I paid on her account 4 times with my debit card Sprint has taken my money from my account since I helped her and pAid her bill 4 times took out 4000 of my money they won't help me recovery my money my bank won't help me since I helped her and pAid in the pass...i need help that was so the money we had and now nobody will help me recovery my money ..please someone any one help I never had Sprint just helped my niece out.thus is not my debit
  • Is maintenance still allowed to come in my apartment even if I said NO on a sign worksheet order ?
  • 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 am an unwed mother, who filed for restraining order against the father, a few months after the birth of our son. I understand that I am legally the sole custodian until we establish paternity. The father is in the birth certificate. If let’s say, I lost all contact and have no idea where the father is since we had a restraining order, how will I reach him if I decide one day to go to court and file abandonment and hope to obtain a sole custody written court order?

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