Volunteer Lawyers Program – DNA Profile

The Volunteer Lawyers Program for DNA includes Northern Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. Contact a volunteer lawyer by calling the DNA office nearest you or call the main DNA office in Window Rock. Reservations for Navajo, Hopi, Jicarilla Apache, Havasupai, Hualapai, and Southern San Juan Paiute tribes and San Juan County, NM, Apache, Coconino, and Navajo Counties. Interpreters provided for Navajo and Spanish if a client doesn't speak English.

Address
2343 E Braodway Blvd, Suite 200
Tucson, AZ 85719
Phone: 928.871.4151
Toll Free: 800.789.5824
Website: http://www.nativelegalnet.org

QUESTIONS

  • I am currently married to the alcoholic mother of my 14 year old daughter. She has 2 arrests for domestic violence and is currently serving a court ordered program for her last offense. I am seeking a divorce and want custody of our daughter, however i travel frequently for my job. Do I have a chance of getting custody of my daughter in the divorce?
  • I wanted to know if a landlord can charge me for a damaged wood gate in the backyard? Can it be taken out of my deposit? The gate was never maintenance and it was not on the lease?
  • Does Arizona recognize marriages performed in other countries? ie: my husband and I were married in the Philippines 7 years ago. Last year he married a woman in Tucson, without divorsing me. Indeed, he never did tell me about his other marriage until I saw it in the public records last week!
  • I am buying my trlr at sunset resort mhp but I am renting the space lot since moving here the management has continually harassed my visitors to the I told them call the police well they did and MCSO told them they had to leave and not return that the manager can tel anyone for any reason any time to leave and not return because this is private propert one of those people he has thrown out was a lady who helps me with my house work because of my health non of these people have ever created a disturbance or any problems in this park never a complaint from anyone its like Hitlers camp here how c
  • I have been living in my apartment for almost a year now. Three months sicnce i moved in i discovered bed bugs. In May 2016 they came to exterminate. I have not seen any bed bugs til recencently. I went to the office in January 2017 and told them they i still have bed bugs in my apt. They are trying to charge me 300 for coming out to exterminate again, are they allowed to do so? What can i do about this situation and who can i talk to?
  • Will the court order extracurricular activity to be granted if a 14 year old presents the topic to the court?
  • I have rented a room in my home to a lady and her 7 cat and 2 rabbits for 4 years. It started as a "to help someone out" situation to she is a hoarder and does not want to move. I understand I can take legal action to force her to move but what about the animals. I can not take care of them and I am afraid she will just leave them here. Can I force her to take her animal with her? Thank you.
  • I am wondering if under Arizona law I have rights to visitation with my nephews since their mother (my sister) is serving a jail sentence. Their father will not allow me to see my nephews, ages 1, 2, and 5.
  • What will happen if I don't show up for a summons to court for a answer to a protective order hearing?
  • I am a section8 tenant and recently found out that I am not responsible for any portion of the rent because The City of Phoenix Section8 pays the entire rent amount and has done so since I began living in the unit. I have paid $50/mth on top of what they get from section8. I was told thats what Im suppose to pay and have done so since I moved in. Now that I have this information, I would like a refund of the payments made that were made. What is the best way to formally request this money?

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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