Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc.- Bisbee Profile

Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. (SALA) is an organization dedicated to providing high quality advocacy services to low-income clients living in Cochise, Graham, and Greenlee Counties. SALA provides immigration legal services and advice through immigration attorneys and paralegal staff in the Tucson, Bisbee and Nogales offices. Priorities include VAWA, U and T visa cases, derivative citizenship, adjustment of status, naturalization, and deportation/removal defense.

Address
Bisbee Convention Center
2 Copper Queen Plaza, P.O. Box AL
Bisbee, AZ 85603
Phone: 520.432.1639 Toll Free: 800.231.7106
Toll Free: 800.231.7106
Fax: 520.432.1641
Website: http://www.sazlegalaid.org

QUESTIONS

  • I leased my home to partners with a small child 6 months ago. One partner left as the other brought drugs & wild parties to the home (as the neighbors attest). I would like to evict the remaining partner. What form shall I use?
  • I had my baby two months ago, she was "unnamed baby" on her birth certificate. I gave them her father's information. I went to give them her name at the Vital Records Office, but it couldn't be done because her father has to sign and noterize an affadavit. I don't know where he is and my daughter needs her birth certificate. I was told that I need a court order for her to be named, how do I go about doing that?
  • divorced in 2003, my kids are 18 and 20 now and still paying suport how does it stop? the 20 year old lives out of state on his own.
  • my brother and I are Coconino County Superior Court appointed guardian/conservator for my mother who has recently died. How do we terminate this arrangement with the court? It is also time for the annual report to the court. There is less than $60 in the estate.
  • I Live with my boyfriend and the father of my baby. I am unhappy with the way things are going and want to move to New Mexico where my family is. My boyfriend says he is not going to let that happen. He is on the birth certificate. What are my legal rights if I leave.
  • How can I be eligible for the first offenders program? Since this is my first offense. I have recently been charged with a class 6 felony. I have been appointed a lawyer, but have had no success conversing with him. I'm not sure how my case is going to go or what i need to provide for it. (Its for a small possesion of marijuana)
  • I married a girl that already had a 3yr old.Because she came out pregnant from me.After a yr. of being pregnant she decided to change her sons last name to mine.We divorced after 6yrs. and she said in court I'm her son's father although we DO NOT have a father and son relationship.She lied when she filled out our divorced papers sayin we got married when her son was 9mnths. and NOT 3yrs. and about me being his only father figure.So im having to pay child support for him too.Im not allowed to see my daughter cause i dont have contact with her son.What can I DO to NOT have responsibilities over him
  • I signed away my rights to my oldest daughter when she was 3, I don't know if I'm on the birth certificate. I didn't sign it, i was in basic training when she was born. I signed away my rights so her stepdad could adopt her. I came back in the picture when she was 12. I've had regular visitation with her for the last 3 years, but want my legal rights back. The mother and adoptive father will not fight me on it, they are supportive. What do I have to do to get started.? I can not afford an attorney.
  • what assistance is available to me I was 12 months behind caught up on six in September and they started foreclosure this month sell date is Feb of 2015 I thought they were working with me and no notice foreclosure.? my husband was on unemployment for over 4 years and recently is now working and we are able to catch up and stay on track.
  • My daughter"s debit card was stolen, I know who took it, she has not turned him in. Can I turn him in ?

STORIES

  • 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. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .

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