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QUESTIONS

  • If my child's father has filed a custody case do I also need to file?
  • I am in a same-sex marriage. I live in Arizona and my wife lives in Guam. Can I file an annulment in Arizona based on the premise that by statute, a “marriage between persons of the same sex is void and prohibited” in Arizona. A.R.S. § 25-101(C)?
  • Me and my ex-spouse has joint custody, recently I move and have not reported to the court. Im scared to let him know my new residents due to the threats that I recieve by text and answering machine I decided to get a training order is there anything that I need to know addiction to this order?
  • I have been evicted. I have 21 days to get out belongings can my landlord start moving in RVs and hook in my water andand my electric to his RVs while we are still moving our belongings
  • Filed for divorce in NM a year and a half ago, moved to AZ in January of this year, have custody of my 2 children. Father still lives in NM rarely calls or writes kids and hasn't visited once. Paperwork in NM was not fully filed for visitation or custodial but divorce was finalized. How do I gain full custody in AZ now that we live here and have established our lives.
  • I'm trying to help my mom get food stamps and cash assistance. She is age 56 and gets 480 dollars a month for retirement benefits. However; she has no car and doesn't work. She lives in a trailer. Her bills cost more than what she earns each month. So, I pay the remainder for her. My question is; does she qualify for food stamps and cash assistance without having to work a job at this point? She has no GED and has raised 8 kids and is now divorced. She gets half of her ex husbands retirement, and that's it. I would appreciate any help? I sent in her paperwork by fax.
  • My landlord left a violation letter on my door. without getting my signature is this considered proper notification?
  • I signed a move in paper with all the cost it would take to move in. They forgot to include Pet deposit in the paper and now the day of move in are asking for an extra$300 for pet deposit. Can they legally do that since both of us already signed with no pet deposit?
  • I rented a house from a realtor and was in the house for over a year and a half and gave her a month and a half notice when I would be moving out. I am a smoker and no where in my lease does it say anything about not smoking in the property, now she is saying it will come out of my deposit whatever it cost her to get rid of the smoke smell. Is this legal?
  • how long does the employer have to approve or deny my doctors certificate for fmla. I submitted my request over a month ago and have not been approved or denied time off for care of a family member. Thank you.

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

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