Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc. Profile

A broad range of programs serving Pima, Pinal and Gila counties, ranging from counseling for individual and family problems, assistance to immigrants and refugees, shelters for pregnant teenagers and single women and their infants, nutrition programs and case management for elderly.

Address
140 W. Speedway, Suite 230
Tucson, AZ 85705-7688
Phone: (520) 623-0344
Website: http://www.ccs-soaz.org/
Catholic Community Services in Western Arizona
Pio Decimo Center
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Clinic
Southwest Community Services - The Division of Disabled Persons

QUESTIONS

  • Does a parent have to provide child support for an illegal citizen? what are Arizona laws on this subject?
  • Divorced for 5 months...x wife and i agreed to an dollar amount settlement for a 401k account. In the decree we agreed that "wife shall establish and disclose to husband her IRA Roll Over account within 10 days of entry of parties Consent Decree of Dissolution of Marriage". She failed to meet the within 10 day agreement. Does this put her in breach of contract? She plans on filing for enforcement of the decree? What can i do to protect myself? Doni have any legal ground to stand on? Additionally thwre are several other minor items in the agreement that she has failed to abide by. Thanks
  • somebodys using my ss# what steps do i take to fix my credit
  • Do i need to pay rent if the house i'm renting is in foreclosure. and if so to who?
  • My husband and I are being sued by a creditor for a disputed unpaid debt of $10,000 on his credit card. We have a prenuptial agreement and have kept our assets (house, bank accounts etc.) separate throughout our marriage of ten years. He is unemployed and has few assets, I have some savings. Will I be forced to repay his debt?
  • I am a military mother of 3 who's husband went to jail for two years. I cannot find employment, he cant pay child support, and I can't get any cash assistance to provide for my children. Family is helping but what can I do? I live in my parents home they were going to rent out, but have bills and children. The state so no on cash assistance, so I only get food assistance. Isn't there something I can do during interim of trying to find a job?
  • My family and I are moving from out of state to Arizona. Upon move in, we discovered the house AC was broken. Other repairs were not complete on the house - blinds not installed, shower doesn't work. We have had to pay to stay in a hotel for multiple nights. The property managers are not helpful and do not feel our case is urgent.
  • I signed A Asis rent to own mobile home, the landlords/leeseer didn't tell me I had to fix everything from the plumbing to the electric an gas hook ups. She said it was move in ready. We've been living camping style since we got here. What can I do about this mess up.
  • I was charged with disorderly conduct-fighting.I spent the night in jail. I plead not guilty and walked out. I believed I would be able to have an public defender because of my low income and spending the night in jail. I believed 100% I would be provided an attorney. I forgot to mention that the said truck was in fact my personal truck and my son had the privilege of driving it, I would not have this charge. The charge was because I told my son that I to move his truck or I would slash his tires. Can I have help with this on my record please? Thank you for your time. Tanya Winters
  • I purchased a condo in October 2019. My inspection identified several repairs needed. I was assured those were the responsibility of the HOA. What was not disclosed is that in November there would be a vote on a Special Assessment, which passed, and now I have a bill for $4800. The seller had been made aware of this for months, but never gave me that information during our negotiations. Do I have any recourse for the seller to be responsible for all or part of this special assessment since it was not disclosed on the statements provided to me?

STORIES

  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .
  • 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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  • State Bar of Arizona
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    Referral number 602-257-4434
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    Referral number 520-623-4625
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