Maricopa County Conciliation Services Profile

Offers mediation and conciliation services for spouses who are considering or who are in the process of divorce. The focus of this brief counseling is to assist spouses in making an informed and thoughtful decision regarding their future. Mediation is a process in which parents meet with a professional mediator to try and reach an agreement with respect to child custody and parenting time. These services are designed to avoid lengthy legal battles.

Address
Maricopa County Superior Court
201 W. Jefferson, 3rd Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Phone: 602.506.3296
Fax: 602.506.1670

QUESTIONS

  • If I was arrested for domestic violence, but my case was dismissed. Can the case be expunging?
  • So my landlord is selling his place its now sold do they have to honer our lease can they raise our rent
  • Me and my ex-spouse has joint custody, recently I move and have not reported to the court. Im scared to let him know my new residents due to the threats that I recieve by text and answering machine I decided to get a training order is there anything that I need to know addiction to this order?
  • what is reasonable amounts air-conditioning or cooling in rental apartments in Tucson? My apartment (and those of neighbors) do not get below 80 degrees in summer. If they advertized air conditioning, it 80 degrees considered ccompliance?
  • A few years ago, my father went bankrupt and, because I could not bear to see him homeless, I did everything I could to find an affordable home and allow him to leave in the house with me. Throughout my life, my relationship with my father has not been good and I have put up with it because, well, he is my father. I hope you understand this. It has been 2 years and his verbal abuse and demands have not ceased, they have actually escalated. Would there be any action that can be taken to evict my father from the house?
  • How long does a tenant have to file a lawsuit against a landlord for disposing of tenants property. My landlord disposed everything I owned for 30 years after I was evicted and forced to leave at a moments notice. 12 days later everything I owned was discarded without any notice to me. Is ther anything I can do.
  • I rented an apartment for 1 year, then bought a house. Three times scheduled a walk through & manger did not show. The apartment was clean and in great condition. They still kept my deposit & are charging me an additional $260 for a old broken closet wheel, Painting for next tenant & blinds. I have pictures the place was clean & in the same condition I got. The damaged blinds I replaced. I disputed the charges but it was sent to collections how do I fight this? Its now been 2 years am I reactivating a dormant debt?
  • I purchased a mobile home in 55+ almost 2 years ago. I only pay lot rent monthly for lot #46. Today I received an additional email with an additional separate bill of $32 which said "Lot 47 occupied by Unit 46 extra lot fee charge". I was unaware the mh I purchased 2 years ago was on more that 1 lot, nor does any lease agreement or purchase paperwork state anything about my mh sitting on a double lot. This is the first I am hearing of this. Out of the blue they are billing me for a partial additional lot. Can they legally do that after 2 years? Space/Lot #47 is not mentioned anywhere.
  • My husband has had 2 work related injuries where he suffered concussions, traumatic brain injuries & frontal lobe brain injury. Over time, his personality is changing for the worse & he's constantly verbally abusining me & my daughter & he completely loses his temper over nothing. Now he's threatening to open a new account for his SSD income & for the work comp annuity which is the majority of our income. He says he wants a divorce & is going to get an apartment & he's going to stop making the house payments. I know this is due to his TBI but what can we do to protect ourselves?
  • I didn't give notice but moved out the date lease was up with rent paid. Is a notice required?

STORIES

  • Age discrimination in the workplace. . .
  • 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. . .

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    Referral number 602-257-4434
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    Referral number 520-623-4625
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