Volunteer Lawyers Program – DNA Profile

The Volunteer Lawyers Program for DNA includes Northern Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. Contact a volunteer lawyer by calling the DNA office nearest you or call the main DNA office in Window Rock. Reservations for Navajo, Hopi, Jicarilla Apache, Havasupai, Hualapai, and Southern San Juan Paiute tribes and San Juan County, NM, Apache, Coconino, and Navajo Counties. Interpreters provided for Navajo and Spanish if a client doesn't speak English.

Address
2343 E Braodway Blvd, Suite 200
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: 928.871.4151
Toll Free: 800.789.5824
Website: http://www.nativelegalnet.org

QUESTIONS

  • who is responsible for vandalized property, the tenant or landlord ?
  • I am not married to my child's father. He signed an aknowledgment of paternity when we were in the hospital so he could be put on the birth cert. Is that enough or do I need to get a real test done to start the child support process. And if so how do I get the fees waived?
  • My daughter is 9. She hates that she has to go to her dads every weekend (per current custody agreement) I have filed a modification. How can the judge take in consideration her feelings on the matter?
  • If the house I purchased at Maricopa County auction was stripped of air conditioning, cabinets, fixtures and wiring and I know there are excess proceeds, how do I place a lien against the excess proceeds to recover the costs of replacing the items? What type of filing is necessary to recover the loss of these items?
  • What makes a Will valid in the state of Arizona
  • I am a resident of Maricopa County in the state of Arizona. I am the legal father of a child by default and not the biological father. There was never a blood test performed by the court to establish paternity. This is an out-of-wedlock child who is now 12 years old and I was never married to the child's mother. I have been paying child support for this child for 12 years. I want to file a motion to disprove paternity and request that the judge order a DNA test since the mother will not cooperate with genetic testing. Since the paternity judgment, I have received information that at the time of conception the mother had engaged in a sexual relationship with another man who was actually her fiance. Do I have the right to reopen and challenge the paternity declaration against me if a post declaration genetic test shows that I am not the biological father?
  • My ex left our 2boys and her daughter with me and took off.i have rasied my boys for 2yr...and she is fighting for custody. Can she get them back? How can i stop it from happing?
  • I am a stepparent. My husband's ex indicated that I can not sign permission slips for the kids to attend school field trips. I checked with the district and they said I could as long as my husband agreed. I always send a copy of the permission slip to his ex (she has never provided the same courtesy to my husband). I want to do what is right and legal. May I continue to sign permissions slips and pay for field trips or must my husband sign these slips?
  • Am trying to get my father's name on my birth certificate he lives in a different country and can't come to the US I've called vital records and the tell me to call the Maricopa superior court i called they transfered me to the family Court from there they told me to call the civil court and i did but they told me they can't do anything and told me to go to the website it seem like no one can help me what can i do ?
  • I gave revocable guardianship to my mom when I moved out of state so the kids could finish that school year and I started my new job. Now that I have petitioned to revoke guardianship, she is suing me for custody. I am so far and not sure how to handle this.

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. . .
  • I just helped my mother, age 89, deal with her Medicare HMO. . .

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