Attorney General’s Office (Tucson) Profile

The Arizona Attorney General's Office in Tucson provides a variety of services to the people living in Southern Arizona including but not limited to issues civil rights, consumer, fraud, child support and Department of Child Safety cases.

Address
400 W Congress
South Bl, Ste 315
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 628-6504
Fax: (520) 628-6530

QUESTIONS

  • How can an Injunction or Order of Protection be served if the person harrassing me does not have a specific address, but moves from one house to another (and those addresses are not known to me)?
  • I'm looking for some guidance regarding the AZ Real Estate Recovery Fund. I submitted a claim against the fund some time ago but it was denied for multiple reasons, all of which were inaccurate. I'd like some advice from somebody with experience with getting reimbursement from the fund. The basis of my claim is the fact that my property manager embezzled security deposits and when his scam ran its course, he committed suicide. The fund is clearly setup to help those who have been a victim of real estate fraud, but the commissioner weaseled her way out of my claim on technicalities.
  • I have multiple misdemeanor charges on my background that are impeding me from getting a job in a hospital facility . I also have a DV charge.can I get these cleared off my background check ?
  • I let a friend move in with a verbal agreement that she would pay rent when she got a job - it has been a year and no job and no rent. Do I still need to go to court to evict her if she has never paid anything?
  • My daughter is 21 years old...she lives at Visconti on Camel back apartments. There is a very dangerous stalker who has keyed her car, poisoned her dog with break crumbs, harrassed her and other's. He walks around punching himself in face pointing at her. Cops have been called multiple times. She is scared and wants to break lease..only one month. Visconti says "no"... shouldn't they provide proper security? Somebody was murdered there two months ago also? Please help- I need her to leave.
  • My grandson's mom died, dad-my son- was in prison. Baby was living with my ex-husband (step grandfather), and he said state makes inmates sever parental rights-pushed him to sign voluntarily so he could adopt. He said if I interfere State may place the boy for adoption by strangers and I was not even being considered as adoptive placement. CPS, Foster Care board and courts wouldn't call me back to confirm. Ex husband said if I interfere we lose the boy forever so I stopped. Son died last year. Exhusband will no longer let me see my grandson. I think he lied-manipulated us and State acted inappropriately
  • Can my ex-husband be arrested for stealing my mail?
  • If the father of my children has been living at home since he got released from prison, and I am no longer getting des assistance how do we get the child support order stopped and get some of the back pay removed from what is owed when he was in prison?
  • How can I remove a misdemeanor charge in 2009 from my record if i was not convicted but I paid a fine?
  • My husband was evicted from our home last year when I filed a protective order. After he was gone, I found out he had not been paying the mortgage. I am trying to get the mortgage modified based on my income alone. I need a Quit Claim Deed but he refuses to speak to me. Can I file abandonment to get the court's help with this as part of the divorce?

STORIES

  • Age discrimination in the workplace. . .
  • If you get a divorce, make sure your date of birth is on the Decree if your name is changing!. . .
  • I just helped my mother, age 89, deal with her Medicare HMO. . .

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