Center for Community Dialogue Profile

Our Family’s Center for Community Dialogue helps Southern Arizonans talk about challenging issues in a skilled, civil and respectful way. We do this through services, training, and community events. •Services: Serving as neutral guides to help people resolve conflict, build consensus or improve communication. Mediation Services for individuals in: Neighborhood, Workplace, Family/Elder, and Small Claims. •Training: Building skills for our staff/volunteers and the community at large in a variety of communication and conflict-resolution processes. •Community events: Facilitating opportunities for dialogue that spark constructive exchange of views and mutual understanding.

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3830 E. Bellevue Street,
Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: 520-323-1708 ext.504
Website: www.ourfamilyservices.org

QUESTIONS

  • Can't locate any low income or pro bono attorneys can someone please help ne locate phone numbers? Criminal felony charges pending sitting in jail now
  • i have lived with my grandparents since i was 13. The reason of that is because my dad was abusive so they took me out of his house and put me with my grandparents. I am now 16 and want my licsense but my dad still has all of his parental rights. I want to know if i can take all his custody over me away from him. my grandpa is too scared to go to court against him..is there anyway i can??
  • My mom and dad were seperated for many years but still married. She passed away. Her will was changed not long before she died making the man she lives with the beneficiary. Isn't my dad still entitled to her estate, or a percentage of it if still legally married
  • my parental rights were severed while i was in prison. I lost at trial in april 2013 based on of the facts that I would be released in sep 2014. I was released in dec 2013. Can I get my parental rights back is there attorneys that help veterans in that area pro bono
  • I am a victim of attempted murder and the person who tried to kill me set my home on fire. It has been a month and the landlord have not started any repairs. What are my rights I have reported it to housing preservation and no one has contacted me. What are my rights and what do I do next?
  • The father of my son has his name on the birth cirtificate and also my son has his last name. But over the last 6 months, his father has shown no real interest in wanting to see him and hasn't helped pay for any expenses. My question is, is there anyway I can get my sons last name changed to mine so his father can't decide to come back into the picture a few years from now and try to get custody?
  • I was an independent contractor for a local company. First, can they require a person to give them 60 days notice prior to quitting? I did quit (didn't give 60 days). The owner is claiming that I still have paperwork and keys, which I have turned in everything, and she's withholding my last paycheck. Can she do that? Can I, as an independent contractor, file a wage claim?
  • I lived at 5920 W.Laurie Ln apt.222 for one year on section 8 and moved because they no longer excepted it I cleaned the apartment however did not take pictures and the la lord did not do a walk thru with me she just excepted the keys and said I would be receiving my deposit in 7 to 10 business days.l do have a witness that helped me clean the apartment.What should I do?
  • A few months ago I sold a car that I personally owned, a 2003 Mercedes for $6,000. It was our family car, sold to a private buyer. I own a internet based business where I locate classic cars. This individual that purchased our Mercedes said that his wife did not like the car and he wanted his money back. When I refused he threatened to sue me. Today I received a "Truth Affidavit" in the mail from his personal attorney making a number of false claims and naming my business as a "shell company" in the matter. My business was never relevant in the matter. How should I proceed with this?
  • I understand that when a divorce occurs, everything accumulated is community property. However, is a disability retirement subject to joint disbursement. My online research gives me conflicting answers. How do the courts interpret this?

STORIES

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

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