Maricopa County Conciliation Services Profile

Offers mediation and conciliation services for spouses who are considering or who are in the process of divorce. The focus of this brief counseling is to assist spouses in making an informed and thoughtful decision regarding their future. Mediation is a process in which parents meet with a professional mediator to try and reach an agreement with respect to child custody and parenting time. These services are designed to avoid lengthy legal battles.

Address
Maricopa County Superior Court
201 W. Jefferson, 3rd Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Phone: 602.506.3296
Fax: 602.506.1670

QUESTIONS

  • I need to file a child support modication orig. filed in Tucson but I live in Iowa. How do I do that?
  • Forcible detainer - Do you have the self help .pdf forms for Yuma County?
  • My son got divorced while in the Army. The child support was based on his Army income and housing allowance. The divorce was in Louisiana. He now lives in Avondale, AZ going to school and working part time. His ex-wife and daughter now live in Fort Irwin, California, with the new husband who is in the Army. My son is having difficulty paying child support since his discharged from the Army and the drastic change of income. His pay is being garnished via Arizona and Louisiana respective government agencies. Can he get the child support modified and if so where would he do it?
  • I would like to visit family in Michigan and Virginia for one week. Will those states accept my achss coverage in an emergency?
  • I have an order of protection against my husband that has not been served to him yet. If I agree to meet him at the police station parking lot to exchange our daughter, will the judge dismiss the order if my husband later contests it?
  • is it illegal to make death threats
  • I'm trying to help my mom get food stamps and cash assistance. She is age 56 and gets 480 dollars a month for retirement benefits. However; she has no car and doesn't work. She lives in a trailer. Her bills cost more than what she earns each month. So, I pay the remainder for her. My question is; does she qualify for food stamps and cash assistance without having to work a job at this point? She has no GED and has raised 8 kids and is now divorced. She gets half of her ex husbands retirement, and that's it. I would appreciate any help? I sent in her paperwork by fax.
  • I rented a house from my brother and sister in-law a few years ago, without a written rental agreement. Over the course of the rental period I mentioned to my brother to purchase a home waranty for the three properties that they own, including the one that I was in. At the time of rental, they were a happily married couple and since that time, they have separated. I am moving out of their home and purchasing my own home. Now my sister in law wants me to pay the cost of replacing a shower due to water damage in the walls. Am I liable?
  • My fuance is in jail facing prison time he has a son whom he left in my care in his home on the reservation his aunt filed for custody of my stepson and won citing that i was not a tribal member and therefore did not qualify as a suitable gaurdian. My stepson is not a registered tribal member and i will be marrying his father soon.my son currently lives off rez with his aunt now are there jurisdiction issues? Can i petiin the court in his aunts area to be heard? Do i have any kind of legal legs to stand on?i want my son i am not struggling with addiction or have a criminal record
  • It's been a month with out ac ... I called Thursdayady told me most likely no I e would go check out my ac because according to them 86 degrees was normal inside my house for it being to hot outside. Finally I told her I had a baby' and that him living in that temp wasn't okay The called me back and had someone come look at it until Monday said we have a leak and that he had to submit a work order before he could fix it .he wasn't suppose to come fix it yesterday we received no call and he didn't answer I call maintenance line they said the quote hadn't been looked at yet

STORIES

  • Age discrimination in the workplace. . .
  • 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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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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