Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. Profile

Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. (SALA) is an organization dedicated to providing a full range of civil legal services, including immigration, to low-income clients. SALA's service area covers over 54-thousand square miles in 9 counties and 11 Indian reservations.

Address
2343 E. Broadway Blvd., #200
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: (520) 623-9461
Toll Free: Main: (800) 640-9465 Intake: (800) 248-6789
Fax: (520) 620-0443
Website: http://www.sazlegalaid.org
Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. - Casa Grande - Pinal County
Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. - Lakeside - Apache, Gila, and Navajo Counties
Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. - Nogales - Santa Cruz County
Four Rivers Indian Legal Services - Maricopa, Pinal, Yavapai and Yuma Counties
Tohono O'odham Legal Services – Sells
Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc.- Bisbee
Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. – Whiteriver
Volunteer Lawyers Program - Apache, Cochise, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, Pinal, Navajo and Santa Cruz Counties
Volunteer Lawyers Program - Pima County

QUESTIONS

  • I lost my food stamp card i need a number so i can reportit
  • I live in a apartment under my moms name and she is getting help. From a government program to pay her rent. On the lease she agreed if anything we're to happen to her like if she dies i have x amount of days to move out. Well yesterday the manager said i will have 5 days After her death to move out. She is now on hospice and can go any day. I have no where to go. Can i still stay here legally for 3 months like any other eveiction??
  • I filed a small claims complaint against a former roommate of mine when after I decided to leave he only gave me some of my personal belongings back and kept other items that he knew were important to me. I won the case and received a judgment for the amount that I requested. However, in the complaint two of the items I did not place a dollar amount next to because I knew he was still in possession of them (two portraits drawn by my brother that are very dear to me) and I wanted them returned. He had indicated in his Answer that he was in fact in possession of those items but wanted to be reimbursed for framing them. The hearing officer indicated we would need to take up the matter in a different forum due to the fact that they were personal property that I wanted to have returned. After the judgment was ordered I prepared a letter to the defendant and requested that he return the portraits to me and deduct the cost of framing from the judgment and I would then give him a satisfaction of judgment and we would be finished with this matter. About two weeks later I received a check for the amount of the judgment and a letter stating that he no longer was in possession of the artwork (he did not state what in fact became of my portraits). I decided to have the artwork appraised as I had photographs of the artwork as well as other drawings my brother had done. I then prepared a demand letter, again in an effort to resolve the matter without going to court. He did not respond in the time in which I had requested - (20) days. My question is do I have the right to file a Complaint for Conversion of Personal Property requesting to be compensated for damages (the price for the artwork as well as punitive damages and costs incurred)? And, if so, can I still file in small claims court as long as the amount I am seeking does not exceed $2,500 exclusive of court costs?
  • I co signed on a car for my ex boyfriend.We broke up few weeks later then said he could not pay for the car so I took over the payments. Now he wants the car back but the car company will not take my name off of the loan even though my ex is willing to sign off.Refinancing is not an option because the loan is more than the car is worth. Is their some legal process to get my name removed? I do not want the risk of him ruining my credit.
  • My employer has been deducting $20 from every employees paycheck every week stating we would get it back at the end of the year if there were no claims filed. It is a moving company and the employer carries insurance. It is past the end of the year and no one has received any of their money back. No one signed anything consenting these deductions either. Is what he is doing illegal and what should we do about it? Who do I need to contact?
  • My fiances' ex-wife received over $100,000 in an informal inheritance- her and her brother sold property and split the equity. His payments are current and we see his son regularly. Would her receiving the inheritance change his child support obligation?
  • what is the meaning of domestic violence, and how many years can you get for this
  • How can i get another Ahcccs card for my one year old daughter
  • My sis passed 4-3-13 No will, I am her brother,she has a car and apark model in a RV park. How do I go about closing her accounts? I live in Oregon, on her death bed she left everything to me... What do I do?
  • I could not put guardianship because it is of an 18 year old autistic person and I need to know what steps to take to acquire guardianship of him until the divorce his parents are going through is settled.

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