Pro Bono Program - Yavapai County Profile

The Pro Bono Program provides high quality civil legal services to applicants whose income is near poverty level.

Address
401 N. Mount Vernon
Prescott, AZ 86301
Phone: (928) 445-9240
Toll Free: (800) 233-5114
Fax: (928) 445-6312
Website: http://www.clsaz.org/

QUESTIONS

  • I bought a condo in July 07' using funds from a City of Phoenix bond program. I was unaware of a stipulation stating that the owner must occupy the unit for the life of the loan. I was laid off from my employer and I have had to relocate to Texas for work. Now the mortgage company is stating that they can accelerate the loan pay-off requiring me to pay the loan in full. I pay my mortgage payment each month, how can they do this?
  • My daughter's grandmother was granted visitation for 1 sunday a month, due to recent occurances, her father and i are wanting to go back to court and ask the judge to revoke her visitation rights. What do we need to file to get the correct hearing?
  • If I'm already going to court for a case , can police stop me and harass me and ask me questions to that case? Is that grounds for a dismissal?
  • What if they have the last name wrong does it still stand
  • i was renting a duplex privately owned with my b/f of 9 years. we had an argument,it got violent on his end and the neighbors. i left. he asked me to come back aug 1st 2015. the neighbor got violent i left. at that time they took the fence/gate key away but not my house keys. and I had paid rent for july but was not on the mo to mo lease.they then stole my Aug rent from me by entering my vehicle without my ok. i have been trying to get my stuff out. but they will not let me. i have gotten my clothes. coats. but my furn, jewelry etc. is still there..what are my rights? as im scared.
  • I am a father of 3 boys,ranging from 8 to 15. when they come over is it ok to get them to help me with yard work or not??according to their mom they are to not do anything but sit and watch tv. if that happens they are to immediatelly call her and she would come pick them up.
  • My husband and I have been married for 9 months and I am 7 months pregnant. My husband has a daughter from a previous relationship. His parents (my in-laws) have stated they plan to file for grandparents rights. I know they have no rights over our son since we are married, however will they lump both kids together or not since they have two different mothers? They will try for time for our son, I already know that. I guess my concern is will they get any time with him?
  • My father died in March & mother in June. We have found that dad had some life insurance through USPO with no beneficiary designated. They want to pay to my mom's estate but there is no estate. She had assets under $10,000 and no real property. I found the small estate affidavit. There are three surviving children, 1 deceased with 2 children. I assume we all need to fill out an affidavit? One of the grandchildren is still a minor. Who fills out his?
  • I make double the income my children's mother make and my two children live with me more than 50 percent of the time. Is there any legal way to not pay their mother child support?
  • I have 3 kids by the same man and his name is on their birth certificate and we never married. 7 years ago he was convicted of a sexual charge against my daughter and other charges and is in prison until my youngest is 18 years old. Before he sexual violated my daughter I had left him and was in a relationship with the man I’m married to today. My husband has raised my kids as his own for 7 years. Also the biological father was diagnosed as incompetent while he is incarcerated. Can my husband adopt my kids without his consent? So if I die he can raise my kids and not biological dads parents?

STORIES

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

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