Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project Profile

The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Inc., "The Florence Project," provides holistic, free legal services to immigrants, refugees, and U.S. citizens detained by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Arizona for immigration processing. The Project serves men, women, and children, including those with mental health and social service needs.

Address
2601 N. Hwy 79
P.O. Box 654
Florence, AZ 85232
Phone: (520) 868-0191
Fax: (520) 868-0192
Website: http://www.firrp.org

QUESTIONS

  • I filed for ch. 7 bankruptcy and my debts were discharged on June 2011. To this date I'm badly behind on my house payments, and my lender offers me a reduced monthly payment of $350. The problem is that my lender does not want to make any promises in writing and does not give me straight answers on what happens if I keep my end of the deal. I'm affraid my lender will simply foreclose when it may fit its interest, disregard of my needs. Also, it is wise to enter into any deals post bankruptcy if my debts are discharded already and thus, uncollectable? Thanks!
  • 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.
  • How do I take care of my daughters estate, since she did not have a will, nor life insurance and was living under the poverty level?
  • VA Home loan 2003, husband lost job, We were not behind on payments yet, Wells Fargo told us to stop making payments 3 months, for modification,Took all equity out of home, added 7 years onto loan Falsified information, Says wife not on loan.VIA MAil?
  • What is a disability under the ADA?
  • The bank is foreclosing on a home that I am on the loan, however in our divorce decree there is a deed stating that I am not to get any profits and or be held responsible for the debts of the home, if he files bankruptcy will I have to do the same to keep the bank from coming after me?
  • If I currently have joint custody of my 13 and 17 year old children, and my ex-wife sent them to live with a family member in the same city that I reside in, wouldn't they have to live with me preferably over the other family member?
  • I have left my house and my mom reported me as missing, and I have a daughter. I don't want to live at my moms house anymore. I am living with my baby's uncle cousin of her father and his wife, they are very good financially. What can I do in so the police can stop looking for me. I am not missing.
  • I would like to know if I leave my husband and my house with my baby because I am tired of him for always getting home from work and taking a shower and leaving the house and not coming back until 4am. He does not love me or spend and time with our baby at all. I left my house and he said that he was going to sue me with the (Child Protective Services) for abandoning the home. Can he do that? He also said that he will try to get full custody of our child, but he hardly takes care of her or spend any time with her. I want to divorse him but what can I do to legally leave my house?
  • My boyfriend owes almost $100,000 to the State of California. He is paying off the welfare that his ex wife was on. His paychecks are garnished and as of a few days ago his bank account was too. I was planning on joining the Navy in the spring and we wanted to get married. My question is: Will his child support debt transfer to me?Will they be able to garnish my wages and bank account? Will any of this be put on my credit score?

STORIES

  • If you get a divorce, make sure your date of birth is on the Decree if your name is changing!. . .
  • Age discrimination in the workplace. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .

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