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

  • I am looking for a Durable Power of Attorney form. There is no web site that addresses this. If not available on a web site please state where one might be obtained.
  • I was contacted by the Sheriffs dept. and told an Order of Protection was served to me the past April. I was never served any documents or aware of this. How may I get a record (copy) of this service?
  • Can I file a protection order against a police if I have proof
  • I previously had a custody hearing in front of the mediator with my ex husband. My new boyfriend was his friend and we all hung out every weekend. We are getting divorced now and I'm seeing his friend. We decided on 50/50 custody. But he doesn't want his old friend, my current boyfriend, near our 3 year old son cause he had a couple bar fight charges and a drug charge 5 years ago. My new boyfriend was always at are house with us and our son. Now he's harmful?The mediator decided we can't live together until a hearing. So he asked to modify it a week later now, he can't even be in public with him. What do I do?
  • We recently (7/29/14) lost our home to foreclosure, the question I have is that when we initially bought our home in Oct. 2004 the purchase price was $125,500.00 with a 3 yr arm. we then refinanced to get a fixed interest rate and got some cash to pay off debt, the refi amt was $171,000.00 that was about 5 or 6 yrs ago and now fast forward to 2014 I get a statement from the bank saying we owe $224,600+ thousand dollars on the home, how does my debt increase to that amount and is this legal?
  • My daughter passed away recently and I requested her last paycheck. I asked the employer to add my name with proper identification to her check. He only made it out to her, therefore I am unable to cash the check or add it to my account. How can I cash her check?
  • A friend of mine said that I could move in her house with her. She knew that I had no income until my disability gets approved. We had an argument and now she served me with a hand written eviction notice to move out in 16 days. I have lived here for over 2 months and I receive all my mail here. Can she do this?
  • i would like to visit with my grand children but cps will not allow me to do so what can I do ? I need a lawyer can't afford one can't find anyone to help
  • I purchased a mobile home in Feb from a lady out of state (the mobile home is in apache junction, Az) Previous owner informed the tenants of the sale and asked that they vacate. Its now july and they are still there.. The title was misplaced so i just recently transfered it and served the tenants with a 5 day OMI. They refuse to go.. what do i do now..
  • I moved in to a rental in a vacation village in October before the cold weather hit. I signed a year lease with a property manager. The home is so poorly insulated that it cannot maintain heat. The cold air seeps through the floors and walls and I cannot keep warm. The electric is constantly running and it is costing me over 200.00 per month to heat 389 sq. ft. I also have health issues that are exacerbated by the cold. I do not feel this home is meant to be a full time residence. For health reasons, I cannot stay here. Do I have recourse to break my lease?

STORIES

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

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