Community Legal Services - San Luis - Yuma County Profile

Community Legal Services in San Luis provides high quality legal services to farm workers.

Address
845 E B Street
Suite 1
San Luis, AZ 85349
Phone: (928) 627-8023
Toll Free: (800) 356-7115
Fax: (928) 627-9340
Website: http://www.clsaz.org/

QUESTIONS

  • my daughter is 23 and has a 1 year old the babies father is involved but they are no longer together but she wants to move back home to PA can she be forced to stay in AZ? or can she just move back home also she works full time and he also pays child support to his ex for there 2 children
  • I am a disabled Veteran receiving Disability Compensation. I married a foreign national who continues to live in her country with no intentions of relocating to the United States, nor I to her country. I have submitted an application two years ago reguesting she be add to my disability compensation award as my spouse which would increase my award amount. Recently, in a conversation with a VA REP via telephone I was advised my request would be denied as my foreign born wife does not have a SSN. I have never heard of a claim being denied for this reason, is it true?
  • How do I find free or reduced legal assistance in Mohave County?
  • I have lived at the same complex for a few years. The property has changed hands and the staff also has changed. The current manager has been here over six months. I have never been charged late fees when I went past the grace period and I have some bank information to support that has occurred more than once. This month she stuck me with over $70 in late fees for the first time. I asked her why she is now penalizing me for the first time and she said she is tired of everyone walking all over her. I am under the impression that since she has not previously enforced the fees that she can't now?
  • If the property management company changes can I cancel my lease?
  • Please describe what the courts look at for "best Interest for the child". Do they take into account what the child(ren) want?
  • I live in a mobile home court. Ive lived here for 5 years. I have 2 dogs a cat and a bird. My landlord is now tell all of us in the court we can only have 2 pets. I've had these animals for 5 years. Dogs have a fenced yard never get out of yard. Cat is inside outside. Bird lives in my house. She goes outside only in the summer always supervised. Can make yhey make me get ridof my pets? I own my trailer have never been late on lot rent. Hived lived here for 5 years
  • I emailed my landlord and gave him a 30 day notice and he emailed back and accepted it. Now he says I have to pay another month rent and send a certified letter stating when I am going to leave. I have all the corresponding email even the one where he is trying to intimidate me. my husband retired from the marines and had to leave for another job in WA State and we had to stay behind because he is making us pay another month or longer. Is this legal
  • My daughter recently move to tucson to attend college. The apt complex was supposedly wifi ready, but the previous tenant in her unit apparently damaged the wiring to the point of a very costly repair, which the complex manager told her `they did the best they could', but it would cost too much to fix, and basically, tough luck. She now has to rely on using data (expensive!) and they are not offering to cover that cost. If the other units in the complex have access to this service, isnt she legally entitle to it as well?
  • my brother does a work to a company and he die

STORIES

  • If you get a divorce, make sure your date of birth is on the Decree if your name is changing!. . .
  • 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. . .

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