Attorney General's Office of Victim Services (Phoenix) Profile

Offers services to victims of a crime being prosecuted by the Attorney General’s office. Victims can contact the office individually, it is best to call ahead. There is no charge. These services are provided by trained advocates. Some of the services that the office offers includes but is not limited to; providing you with information on filing Orders of Protection and Injunctions against harassment, helping you file for compensation through your local Crime Victim Compensation Board, assisting and supporting you through all criminal justice proceedings, and support you through court appearances, depositions, or interviews.

Address
1275 W Washington St
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: 602-542-5025
Toll Free: 800-458-4911
Website: http://www.attorneygeneral.state.az.us/victims_rights/

QUESTIONS

  • can a park keep people below 50 from buying into park
  • If your apartment floods due to the negligence of another apartment owner and you are required to move into a model unit temporarily, is rent still owed? I have read that rent for that current month is not but what if it takes longer than 30 days to fix the apartment?
  • Can an apartment complex mandate you sign up for their preferred ISP internet provider? Or does the FCC ruling in 2008 against such monopolies apply to Arizona?
  • My father died and his wife of 6year is still living in his house but she is not my mother. Can i eviction his wife since she does not wanna pay any bills dealing my fathers house i have been paying the house taxes and insurance. Because she doesnt want to pay anything . But refuse i to keep paying bills that she has to pay I dont want my dads house to foreclosure that is y im paying these bills. Need ur advice. Thanks in advance.
  • I live in senior apartments In Peoria AZ. My son who is trying to quit using drugs stayed with me for about 2 weeks waiting to go into rehab. A neighbor complained and I spoke with management and they told me that it was not a problem not to worry about it and the after his TB test was completed he needed to be out. About a week later I receive notice that due to excessive grease on my stove (of which there was VERY little of and I have photos to prove this) that if I didn't clean the grease they would terminate my residency and they refered me to AZ revised statute 33-1368 (A). After looking at this statute it has nothing to do with cleaning a grease from my oven or any other kind of upkeep on my residence but with having guests etcetera... they also said I have five days to clean it up or they will issue at termination. Is there anything I can do?
  • I am filing for divorce. I have four children. My 16 year old is pregnant. Do I have to pay child support for her, or is she considered medically emancipated?
  • There have been issues with the water here at my apartments and due to this we have been having water leak from our fridge and rise up the toilet tub and sinks. The apartments have come out to "clear the pipes" a number of times but there is now water damage to the floor in the kitchen and when they came tp fix the floor they just reglued the fake wood down. What sjould we do?? I have renters insurance but i dont think i should have to pay for their pipes.
  • My refrigerator has not been working to keep my food cold. How long does the landlord have to repair?
  • Can a property manager waive the application fee if I am a senior citizen and disabled
  • My house was foreclosed on in 2008; the 2nd Mortgage was not used to purchase the home, and the 2nd Mortgagee has now sold the "note" to a collection agency. If the 2nd Mortgagee never filed or sued me on the deficiency can the collection agency pursue the collection of this debt? Who is the holder of the written contract that I had with the original lender?

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