Arizona Secretary of State Tucson Office Profile

The Arizona Secretary of State's office handles many services including: recording business transactions, ensuring secure elections and hosts the Address Confidentiality Program.

Address
400 W Congress St
FL 1, Ste 141
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 628-6583
Fax: (520) 628-6938
Website: http://azsos.gov/

QUESTIONS

  • My friend has been living in a house that is owned by someone no longer able to care for herself.He was living in the residence helping the lady with taking care of the house and chores that needed to be done in exchange for rent. When the lady became sick and went to the hospital my friend was allowed stay and keep up the house. Before leaving the hospital she was deemed not able to make decisions or take care of herself. A fiduciary was appointed to handle all of her property and now he wants to put the house up for sale. He then ordered my friend out on the house in 2 days. Is that ok?
  • what are the eligibility income requirements and how can I obtain an application?
  • My 16 year old lives with her older sister can her sister file for child support from their father?
  • The mother of child is in jail and will be there until the end of September 2016. The mother wants me to keep the child until she is released. She did write a note saying she gives me permission to make any and all decisions for the child,but its just handwritten.I had been keeping the child three or four days a week since she was 5 weeks old,but she has been with me constant since she was 3 months old.what do I need to do to get temp guardianship until her mom gets out?
  • My former landlord has not filed a satisfaction of judgment for a matter that was completed 2 yrs ago. She has not responded to my attempts and I can't get an answer as to what I need to file.
  • I was involved in a very minor collision resulting in minimal vehicle damage & no bodily harm. Accident occurred on a private parking lot which cops would not respond to so there is no reports or documentation of either parties accounts an recollection leading up to accident. Insurance information was exchanged and both parties drove away upon learning no police report would be taken. Months following were an unstable time for me and incident slipped my mind. Until this week even I received a collection letter which to the best of my knowledge is a subrogation notice. With my brief research on this, it's my understanding that I've been deemed at fault. And the insurer of other party has issued a payment covering their damage. Which they are now seeking reimbursement through me. Can I dispute or appeal an how is this done? I firmly believe that the fault is that of the other driver or at least not solely of my own, based on design and layout of parkway's as well as location of impact and damage indicated on both vehicles.
  • Does a landlord have to disclose if the rental property has a scorpion issue to the new tenants?
  • I plead guilty and paid a fine for a class 2 watercraft incident. The Magistrate has granted the set aside entailing "that defendant be released from all penalties and disabilities pursuant to A.R.S. 13-907". Do I need to disclose my misdemeanor for graduate school applications and even future employers even though it has been set aside for judgement?
  • I was adopted at the age of 13 from Russia. My adopted American parents were abusive. At the age of 18 I left home. I have been homeless living with friends as I finished my high school diploma. I have not been able to pay anyone for living at their home. I have started community college full time, two of my classes are not college accredited as I was educationally deprive and have to catch up to take Eng. 101 and college math. I spend more time studying than the average student as English is my second language. I work 8 hours a week at a clothing store. I just started caring for a 90 year old lady, more than 20 hours per week, in exchange for a place to study & sleep. DES says I need to work 20 hours a week to get food stamps. Would my caring of the 90 year old count as working even though I do not get paid?
  • I filed for divorce in Cochise County AZ in May 2011. I moved to Maricopa County the end of May and have drove back to file the other papers, for serving and default. Would it be possible for me to finish the divorce proceeding here in Maricopa? Thank you for your help.

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