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

  • I was arrested for receiving stolen property before my arraignment i bailed out on my first court date i went to court and there wasn't aany charges filed the judge told me to come back in a month i did and at the time charges still we're not filed and the judge exonerated my bail and told me i was free and now i have a warrant for my arrest what can i dog
  • What does UAV stand for
  • where do I go to apply for cash foodstamp ?
  • Under what legal authority does the father (never married) of my 6 year old, who has been deemed unsuitable for joint custody & has yet been able to abide by basic court appointed supervised visitation guidelines, have to continually bring me to court with neglectful parenting allegations, which are always dropped &, coincidentally, decided that he is the perpetrator in each case? Furthermore, as victim to his court declared domestic abuse (physical/metal), how is it that I am being required to be in contact with the perpetrating father, or at risk of losing my son due to parental alienation?
  • Hello, I came across your ad that states you give advice to vets and families.I am the spouse of a 100% service connected deceased Veteran. My daughter got divorced 9/2013. Her ex in 12/2013 had his support cut in half., leaving her very little support. Now he wants to try to get equal parenting time of their 3 year old daughter, so he no longer has to pay any support. He has shown no interest in the child at all, outside of every other weekend and it is obvious his interest is purely about the money. We are very concerned about this, because my grand daughter is very attached to her.
  • I am the father of an 8 year old daughter born out of wedlock. No legal paternity has ever been established, but I've maintained a close relationship with my daughter all along as well as paid child support from day one. I would like to begin the process of obtaining legal joint (if possible) custody of my daughter ahead of fears my ex may try to relocate again (already moved from to CO to AZ). I believe I will need to establish legal paternity which is no problem as I am on the birth certificate and my ex will agree, as well as establishing permenant visitation rights and also the ability to bar her from moving again. Is there a step by step process available online to set this into motion? I am unable to afford an attorney, but might be able to afford a paralegal? Please advise.
  • I live out of state and have a health insurance order for my daughter. Does it have to go through my employer or can I find my own?
  • My mom was diagnosed with dementia and she received a civil summons from a credit card company. Mom only receives social security and has a very small monthly pension which are put into her checking account. She also has a small IRA from her former 401k which she is having to use for daily care services. This will most likely be depleted soon. Given her current state, we are unsure about what to do. Can you provide some direction? I have read they can put a lien on her checking account. Thank you.
  • how dio i move the county n charge of my child support?
  • I've completed most of court orders except for a few fines I'm trying to get my felonies set aside but I'm at a hold up I'm not making very much money and I'm paying child support ,is there a way to get my fines quashed or reduced so my set asides can take place

STORIES

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

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