Arizona Attorney General's Office (Prescott) Profile

The Arizona Attorney General's Office in Prescott provides a variety of services to the people living in Northern Arizona including but not limited to issues of fraud, health care and abuse.

Address
1000 Ainsworth Dr
Ste A-210
Prescott, AZ 86305-1610
Phone: (928) 778-1265
Website: https://www.azag.gov/contact-us

QUESTIONS

  • Right before I touched my teeth, I talked to the doctor and asked about my dental insurance coverage. The doctor got hold of the insurance and asked about the coverage himself. He was then told that all fillings and the dental procedures are covered 100% with no exceptions. Therefore, I should be paying nothing. I called my insurance, and was told that somehow some downgrades have been applied to the plan, and it's now my responsibility to pay the rest of the outstanding balances.
  • Is Arizona a common-law marriage state? If two seniors have been living together for more than ten years without being married and one passes away, will the living senior be responsible for the debts of the deceased.
  • My daughters fathers hasn't been around at all for her life so far, she is 4 years old, I want him to sever his rights to her so i can have all rights to her. But he doesn't believe she is his, so do I have to establish paternity first and than go from there since he isn't willing to sign over his rights?
  • I have been served an Order of Protection in retaliation for a Domestic Violence issue in which I am the victim. Will this order prevent me from retaining my real estate license and teaching certificates? Will it affect my fingerprint background check?
  • I printed out a Pima County #2 divorce packet but i live in Yuma County. Can i use that packet to file for a divorce in Yuma?
  • Who do I report to if I know of someone working while being paid for medical disability?
  • When a case is identified as a complex case, what does that mean?
  • How do I get my ATLAS number, I already have one, just don't know what it is?
  • In our lease it states that we must perfrom regular maintenance to the outside. We live in an HOA, and have complied with all request, and kept the property in good condition. We are about to move out, and suddenly the landlord is saying that we must perform landscaping on trees, and bushes that were neglected for years. We have kept everything well trimmed, but there are areas that there is at least 10 years of old growth (cactus, and palm trees). How much am I on the hook for with respect to pre-existing landscape conditions.
  • I'm buying the house that I live in. A friend needed some help and I rented my back yard to her so that she and her family had a place to stay. She stopped paying rent about a year back and things are going down hill bad. What paper work do I need to file to evict, she live in a motorhome.

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