Arizona Center for Disability Law - Tucson Profile

ACDL is a not-for-profit public interest law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals with a wide range of physical, mental, psychiatric, sensory and cognitive disablilities.

Address
177 N Church Ave
Ste 800
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 327-9547
Toll Free: (800) 922-1447
Fax: (520) 884-0992
Website: http://www.acdl.com
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QUESTIONS

  • My boyfriend bought a manufactured home 2 years ago and moved myself and my 3 children in with him. We have a roomate contract that has expired 12 months ago. He just broke up with me and wishes me to leave ive always paid him on time and i am paid up for the next month and a half. can he evict me with out seeing a judge ? Can he evict me if I continue to pay. I don't wish to be petty I have no where to go yet and may take several months to save up and find a new home.
  • I want to file for full custody of my children. Their father judt up and left nine months ago and have not tried to have contact with them. Now out of the blue he wants to come back and see them. He was emotionally abusive to my son and I. even physically sometimes. So how can I protect my childern?
  • Can my wife move with my children out of state? I have a career in Arizona. She has a recently acquired minimum wage job. We're divorcing and she wants to leave AZ.
  • i recently moved to california 2 weeks ago i am wondering will ahcccs still cover me for doctor visits? or any other medical perpose?
  • I assigned a 30 day reservation to rent a unit from a person who later was discovered is not the owner or the tenant on the lease. When I contacted the owner and the management the 30 day reservation is against the rules of the facility. We also received made up fines from the person lying that they were generated from the homeowners association when I spoke to the homeowners association there was no such fine ever levied how much is the satiation call the police and has a police report from this particular person being fraudulent. Where do we go for help to get our deposit back. Is this person even our landlord
  • I own a 55+ senior Rv community. A person living in a park model passed away. Their relatives have been trying to sell it. They paid the yearly rent (which is at a substantial discount). Two months later they received an offer on their home and now want a refund or partial refund of the rent. Now I have several signs in the office that states there are no prorations or refunds on rent. They are telling me that it's against the law that I rerent the space once they leave unless they sign a release allowing me to do so. Am I able to rent the space once they leave without refunding them?
  • I was very ill last year and let my Aunt and grandmother take my children to Idaho. While my children were there they filed a motion of abuse with the state of Idaho and I may possibly lose my girls. I have been serve with quite a bit of paperwork from the courts and don't knowhow to fill it out. I only make $7 an hour and don't have the money to get an attorney. I don't want to lose my girls and need some help to answer these letters from the courts of Idaho.
  • My mother gave me my 12 year old brother "temporarily" for an unknown amount of time and he is currently living with me, my wife and two younger children. What options do I have in terms of getting custody or guardianship of him.
  • Is it legal for management to force servers to pay for misordered items and or walk outs...im new to management and have been receiving two sides of this story...the manager above me has had many complaints and im not trying to get caught up in any possible legal trouble...any help would be greatly appreciated ..i know arizona is a right to work state but ...i just dont no where the line get s drawn
  • I am 15 years old and pregnant my mother has filed a P.O on the father but now wants to sign for us to get married on my 16th birthday . How will that work?

STORIES

  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .
  • Age discrimination in the workplace. . .
  • I just helped my mother, age 89, deal with her Medicare HMO. . .

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