Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Civil Litigation Clinic Profile

The Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law’s Civil Litigation Clinic may be able to assist you in the following types of civil matters at no or little cost: · Consumer cases · Tenant's Rights (no evictions) · Employment · Unemployment Insurance Appeals We DO NOT handle any type of family law matters.

Address
111 E. Taylor Street, MC 8820
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: NA
Website: https://forms.law.asu.edu/view.php?id=564226

QUESTIONS

  • I own a mobile home and rent a lot in a community. We are required to maintain existing trees and shrubbery(and are charged) if we don't. What are the laws on the subject, or where can I find them? My wife and I are both disabled and it is both difficult and expensive for us. Thank you
  • Do landlords/property managers have the right to prohibit a mother from having a home birth?
  • I am the mother and legal guardian of my children. My mother does not like my boyfriend who isn't the father of my two eldest children but the father of my youngest. My mother filed for and was granted a protective Order against my boyfriend for my two eldest children. Is this legal?
  • named changed when a child. different from birth name. no paperwork done. need birth name changed to current name in order to fly. Thank you
  • If someone is on an Interstate Compact from Oregon to AZ and on parole, and they get put in jail; don't they still have the right to know why they've been put in jail? Especially after 3 weeks, with no appearance before a judge given, and Oregon says they still haven’t heard anything from Arizona and they usually don’t on these minor violations. I was told by a PO that my Son was being locked up for a parole violation of two diluted UA’s in a row. My son had to hear from me why he was locked up. They never told him his UA’s were coming out diluted or why he was being locked up.
  • the irs has taken approximately $40,000.00 from my social security checks over the past 6 years without ever notifying me as to why they are doing so. i thought i had a right to know why and where the money was going. i am now unable to work to survive and desperately need the full benefit to which i am entitled. do i not have a right to know what is going on with my money?
  • My husband's divorce was finalized in AZ. The 1998 divorce Parenting Plan had a clause saying "Both parties agree to designate the child as their sold beneficiary on all life insurance policies and as the sole beneficiary of their respective estates. In the event either party remarries, the remarried party agrees to maintain the child as a beneficiary of at least 50% of their life insurance policy and estate." He just passed and his now 24 old, married, not living at home, not disabled, daughter is informally contesting his will. I know he believed this was not longer valid, I need to confirm.
  • I have been asked to appear in court in person during the month of September I am being charged with violation of ARS: 13-3619. Basically I left my son in a car for about 15 minutes with the windows rolled down because he absolutely REFUSED to get out of the car. Knowing I just had to pick up one item from the shoe store, I "ran in" to the store to get the item. I UNDERSTAND and take FULL responsibility for my lapse in judgement. My question...do you advise me to get a lawyer for this court appearance? What is the possible punishment for this violation?? Thank you!! PS: I have NO record!
  • I just found out that my husband went to Vegas and married the woman he was seeing. What are my rights in this situation? Who is the legal wife?
  • Could I sue my property manager for not returning my deposit, although they are not the owners of the property?

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