Four Rivers Indian Legal Services - Maricopa, Pinal, Yavapai and Yuma Counties Profile

Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. (SALA) is an organization dedicated to providing high quality advocacy services to low-income clients.The Sacaton office serves residents of the Gila River Indian Community in Pinal & Maricopa Counties; Ak-Chin Indian Community in Pinal County; Native Americans living off-reservation in Maricopa County; Cocopah Indian Community and Ft. Yuma Indian Community in Yuma County; Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community & Ft. McDowell; Mohave-Apache Tribe in Maricopa County; and Camp Verde Yavapai-Apache Indian Community in Yavapai County.

Address
403 Seed Farm Rd
P.O. Box 68
Sacaton, AZ 85247
Phone: 520.562.3369
Website: http://www.sazlegalaid.org

QUESTIONS

  • Father is on medical leave and claims he has no funds or getting any disability is he still suppose to pay. What do I do to get by I count on the support to live
  • Can a son sign over his house to his father if he can no longer afford to make the payments?
  • Is there a statute of limitations to collect past medical bills, orthodontic bills? Mother received receipts for all within 24 hours after child received care.
  • Our trailer we are rent to own. The electric bill is tied in with 3 other places. Our electric bill goes up every month. The electric bill is connected to the main office. Our A/C isn't working. All summer. What can we do about it? They're refusing to fix it saying it's up to us.
  • I found out when I was in my twenties that the father on my birth certificate is not my biological father. How can I get that corrected?, The man on my birth cert is deceased.
  • There was a fire in an apartment above me 5 weeks ago. There is no work being done yet. Can I get out of my lease without any penalties?
  • Where can I find a court approved parenting class?
  • I have tenents that live in a 2 beedroom apt thats 900 sq. Feet. They have 3 minor kids living with them now and want their 4th to move in. Is it legal for that many people in a small place?
  • My ex wife and I have been divorced for 18 months and it involved two kids. Our divorce decree and final agreement is filed in Rogers County Oklahoma. I now live in Arizona and have since the separation in May of 05. This summer my son came to visit and he has been asking his mom if he could live here and she gave me written and verbal permission that he could and now he has been here for 3 months with the agreement that we would modify the final agreement and child support. He is enrolled in school and school activities and after school activities and is doing very well. She is now wanting him to come back to Oklahoma and I want to file documents to keep her from doing this........can I do it here in Arizona or does he have to be here for a certain amount of time? Where can I go to get more info on the net?
  • we are under contract to purchase a home in a 55+ park, the home is privately owned. at the time of signing we were given a written exception to the two dog rule by the park manager. we have to extend the closing date for two weeks and were just notified that the park rules have changed and the exception will only be granted for one year. the manager said that since the contract expires she can change the pet agreement. the exception we have does not state a time limit and the extension is only moving the closing date. do we have any recourse

STORIES

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

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