Attorney General’s Office (Tucson) Profile

The Arizona Attorney General's Office in Tucson provides a variety of services to the people living in Southern Arizona including but not limited to issues civil rights, consumer, fraud, child support and Department of Child Safety cases.

Address
400 W Congress
South Bl, Ste 315
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 628-6504
Fax: (520) 628-6530

QUESTIONS

  • Does Snohomish county allow veterans court program and what is the programs guidelines and length
  • My apartment complex is threatening to evict me because I do not personal/insurance information on a non-tenant that caused damage to the property, even though the non-tenant paid to have it repaired the same day of damage. Can the aparment complex evict me?
  • Can I just leave my savings in a bank account for later use?
  • If a judge has 60 days in which to rule on an under-advisement matter- are these days straight days or business days?
  • What is the income limit for foodstamps and medicaid?
  • I just got off tasc my case was dismissed with prejudice can i get my gun back from dps?
  • I have lived /owed my condo for 13 years and yes, it's a HOA issue. My HOA has had judgements and liens against several units, both owned by past directors. A new board member purchased them at very awesome price, no one else knew they were for sale, no notice. The " Management Company " said that even though the HOA put those liens/judgements in place, it's still up to the previous to pay back the HOA. Please , please HELP me understand this issue and many others associated with this board. Thanks for taking the time to read this.
  • My parents kept seeing maks on my body assuming it was from being beat when really it was from aggressive sexual activities with my fiancé. Even though I told them it wasn't abuse I was embarrassed and afraid to tell them otherwise, so when they filed a report against my fiancé stating that he was hurting me and after I begged them not to do so they made it seem like they had already picked him up and took him in so when I spoke to the officer I was extremely distraught and went along with it anyways. He faces a hearing is there anyway I can stop this from happening,
  • Does a landlord have to let you know if someone has died in the home before you rent it
  • Im 14 years old my mother is incarcerated, and my dad, which passed away sometime after I was born. I am currently living with my sister (22years Old)which has 3 kids of her own. Money is really tight and I dont like to ask for money, so I'm always looking for ways to get money to buy clothes and other things which i need and or want. She does good at keeping a stable home and food on the table. I just want to know if there is anyway we can receive money to help support me.

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