Community Legal Services provides high quality civil legal services to applicants whose income is near poverty level.Address
305 S. 2nd Ave.,
P.O. Box 21538
Phoenix, AZ 85036
Phone: (602) 258-3434
Toll Free: 1(800) 852-9075
Fax: (602) 253-1536
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I own a fifth wheel that is parked in a rv park in AZ. We let our daughter stay there she pays the slab rent. She was given a 30 day verbal motive to vacate do to police being called to her spot 5 times now and fight with another tenants. We also want her to move out because her boyfriend is a felon is the verbal motice given to her by the park manager all that is neede
My ex husband is in jail in pa for attempted homicide. As we were married when he went to jail we never had custody established. Our divorce went through recently and was completely done by him i was just sent the final decree in the mail. what should i do first in order to get custody of our son established in my name?
Is it Arizona law that neither parent with respect to a divorce, can not move more than 100 miles from the other if joint custody.....even if one parent is the primary parent?
I am applying to live in an apartment, and the application asks for my birth certificate. My peers think that is unheard of and that I need to double check why they are asking for that personal documentation. Does it have anything to do with the laws regarding illegal immigration? Or does it have to do with checking to see if I am a legal citizen, but why can't they just use my drivers license and/or social security number?
I gave my 30 day notice on April 1st stating that I would not be renewing my lease at the end of May. I also informed the office that I'm moving out on May 8th but I'm paying rent for the whole month of May. I requested a move out inspection Friday May 8th after I take all my belongings out. I was told by the Secretary that the manager does move out inspections when he feels like it. I am unable to return for a move out inspection because I am starting a job in another town. My question is from what date do I begin counting the 14 days for my security deposit to be returned?
My boyfriend stole my phone while I was talking to my father. He was angry at me. I walked after him and asked for my phone back, reaching for it. Did I have the legal right to reach and grab for my personal property back?
My ex husband has full custody of our 4 children and he is keeping them from me. Not allowing me to have any contact with them. The children have written me asking for a response but I am unable to write back because their father will not give me a return address. Is what he doing illegal? And if so what steps do I need to take in order to see and speak to my children?
Where does one go in Arizona to find a reputable attorney to assist with Medicare problems, more specifically recent denials? I'm told Elder Care Law, but thus far have found no referral source. Thank you
Can I file for child support when the father is an illegal immigrant?
I live in a rental apartment. The microwave oven door fell apart and when I called to have it repaired I was charged for the repairs which cost more than if I had replaced the oven. There are also fees that were added on for community amenities that were not listed in the lease, such as community electricity and common gas, and valet waste and waste management. ?Can the apartment complex charge me for these even though they are not listed in the lease?
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