Community Legal Services - Yavapai County Profile

Community Legal Services provides high quality civil legal services to applicants whose income is near poverty level.

Address
148 N Summit Ave
Prescott, AZ 86301
Phone: (928) 445-9240
Toll Free: (800) 233-5114 Eng. & Spanish 800.852.9075
Fax: (928) 445-6312
Website: http://www.clsaz.org/

QUESTIONS

  • I was hired by Norton Lilly Inc. in June of 2015.I was let go in Aug of 2015.the company refused unemployment and after I present information to the unemployment office only then I was told by the unemployment office that "my employer could not substantiate my discharge" and that is when I began collecting. I was in this international trade for over 40 years and when they let me go I was not given a concrete explanation for my discharge only after two months. At time of discharge I was 65 and believe that my discharge was due to age discrimination. Not until my friend advised that i may ctc
  • foreclosed on then evicted while in bankruptcy, injured need surgery out of work, was given 5 days notice to move 2 story 5 bed no truck with protruding hernia, sheriff said I had 21 days to get property on day 18 contacted all belongings gone. what do I do.
  • Our son who was 41 committed suicide. he did not leave a will. I need to have power of attorney so I can deal with his estate. Do we have to file something with the probate court? If so how do I go about that?
  • i am becoming 60 in march i would like to know that since my wife and i we had a accident we were in our old motorhome i was going to start a revival and we breathed carbon-monoxide 14hrs it has did a number on us could i be able to draw social security now at 60
  • my husband & i filed for legal separation in 2001. we reconciled in 04/2003 and lived together as husband & wife in arizona until end end of september 2006. he has filed for a dissolution of marriage, according to arizona law, are the terms of the 2001 legal separation still valid?
  • My 4yo daughters biological “father” hasn’t seen nor spoken to her in just shy of 6months which was just a call on her birthday and hadn’t spoken to her several months before that. He hasn’t paid child support for almost a year and a half. And he has only physically seen her 4 times in her entire life 3 of which I brought her to him in a different state. Mind you I was with her the entire time they were never alone nor has he ever cared for her by herself. My husband and I met when she was 7 months old and we want him to adopt her bio dad said no of course. So I want to know whaticandolegally
  • Can I evict some one if I don't own the resident
  • I was recently applied for an internship toward a career in Network Administration, but was ineligible after a background check. I have a prior conviction from when I was 1995, which I had expunged in 1999. I am unsure of who to contact to get these record sealed so they don't bar me from employment further. I will have wasted years getting a degree in a field I can't get into! Thanks for your time to help and for any assistance you can give me.
  • My husband of 27 years moved to AZ "to find himself" well, he also found some "younger playmates" so to speak. We are till married, I am living in IL. He has been in Mesa now for over 4 years. I really don't know what my rights are to property he acquired (house he bought out there, $$ he acquired, etc) but can you direct me to some counseling, someone I can talk to for about 1/2 hr to see what I should do now. Its getting old!! Thank you.
  • Was told by my interviewer that I must present all of my family's birth certificates so that DES may "stamp" them. She said this was a law as of April 2006, however, the first time I applied, they did not say this, nor did they "stamp" our birth certificates. I'd like to know where I can find this law, and will I be turned down for food stamps and AHCCCS if I don't let DES stamp our birth certificates?

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