Arizona Corporation Commission Profile

The Arizona Corporation Commission Securities Division is a state agency that protects Arizonans against investment scams.

Address
1300 W Washington St
3rd Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: (602) 542-4242
Toll Free: (866) 837-4399
Website: http://www.azinvestor.gov

QUESTIONS

  • Hello, my wife past away most recently In 2004 she had a conviction and owes the .state $2000.After we married in 2010 i purchased a vehicle and put both our names on the title. When I tried to sell the vehicle, MVD told me I can't sell it because the court put a lean on it and I have to pay them off first. I didn't know my wife in 2004.Do I have to pay them even though she passed away and it was prior to our marriage? Thank you for your help. Best regards, Peter Heid
  • We have been without hot water for 1 week and 4 days and no gas for cooking for over 4months. when contacting the landlord I am told gas is a hoa issue and all townhouse owners are arguing over whose responsible to fixing the broken gas line. When asking about hot water and have called them 3 times last week and also texted a few times and told on phone the will look into it and call me back and so far nothing. Text messages go unanswered and this is how the landlord wants to communicate with us. what are my rights as a tenant. This is all included in my rent..
  • My sis has been in my house since 2015 and I moved to CA. I just found out that my landlord served a judgement in my name and evicted her in my name without notifying me. The Property Mgr and the Owner knew I was in CA and said they would put the lease in her name but never did. Since they did not notify me, is this legal?
  • My husband is filing for a divorce, and wants me to hurry and sign the Waiver of Service. Which I take it to mean that I'm acknowledging that I was served and nothing more. Is this correct? If I sign this acknowledgment will it affect my divorce in any way?
  • what are the circumstances that cause a domestic violence to become a felony
  • In 2001 I co-signed with my daughter to purchase a single-wide mobile home. She lived in the mobile home for 13yrs. It's financed with XXXX located in Tennessee, and there's still a balance of $16,000. My daughter had to move out due to her family increasing and the need for more room. I'm a retired senior citizen and do not have the money to pay for it. What can I do to keep it from being on my credit report?
  • My husband passed away with no life insurance, leaving a few thousand in credit card debt. I am only an authorized user on some of these accounts and my only income is disability. Am I responsible for paying these debts?
  • I received my electric bill this month and it was nearly 9 times what I usually pay. I think it was because of the water heater in my apartment. It was malfunctioning and wasn't heating the water correctly for about 2 days, and then it was fixed by the apartment maintenance. I've talked to the landlords at my apartment complex and it seems like they are not going to help me in any way with my electric bill. If it was the water heater, is it fair that I have to pay the electric bill for their water heater malfunctioning and sucking up electricity for 2 days?
  • In my lease agreement utilities are included, but the landlord purposely shut off the power and refuses to turn it on and rent has been and is paid on time every month. And is current. What immediate action can be taken to get it back on its hot
  • I was in a joint checking account with my 90 yr. old mother. She has no assets or income other than social security. She took out a $10,000 loan. I am not a joint account on this loan. She will need to default b/c she can no longer afford the payment. Will the bank come after me to pay the loan even though I did not co-sign on the loan? It is the same bank that I had a joint account with. it is the bank I do all my bank business with in conjunction with my husband?

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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
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
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