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

  • I was wondering if my ex was allowed to ask me to pay child support from the day our child was born even though we were together until he was 4? Because my credit is reporting that I have not been paying my child support and it automatically comes out of my paycheck every time. I called the courts and they are saying it is because of back child support even though I have never missed a payment, now they are taking my taxes, so the money I am supposed to get back for my son with my current wife is going to pay my "back child support" What can I do??
  • I paid a full deposit on a particular apartment to rent.I was told it would be ready within a specific time frame. now the manager said the apartment is not ready to rent and I have no where to go. Are they liable?
  • How do I contact the az legal help people? I filled out an online application but have been ignored. I have a judgement and part of that is for specific performance /forfeiture of my residence back to me after 3 years of no payments. I reside out of state because the bums have taken over the home and I need to gain possession. I was told I need a writ of restitution (whatever that is) and also told I need a lawyer to do this processing with the sheriff dept, and that is why I sought help from AZ law help. I have very low income $531.00 monthly
  • should the state appoint me a public defender in my case? i was in a car accident in my own front yard and was arrested 2 days later. the judge released me on no probable cause and was dropped the next day. a month later the municipal court sent a letter saying i have all these charges. plead not guilty and to trial. the judge then told me i had to repersent myself and i wasnt getting a public defender. my charges are aggravated assualt w/deadly weapon(2), reckless driving, disorderly conduct, and domestic violence what should i do
  • If the Landlord issues a 10 day non-compliance letter, and the tenant has already sent a letter stating they are breaking the lease and leaving one month early, can the Landlord still hold tenant responsible for the last month of rent, if tenant cannot remedy the non-compliance issues in 10 days and has to move out?
  • If my car is repossessed, due to non-pmyt, will I still have to pay for the car?
  • I am the primary custodial parent of my daughter, have finished nursing school, and applying for jobs. I have a job in Colorado starting in September and it means relocating with my daughter. I do not want to keep her from her father, but I have no income other child support and want to earn my living. I do not want to continue to use state health care, nor food stamps. I have notified him of the move with a registered letter. What is my next and best course of action?
  • If the noncustodial parent changes job. Would the custodial parent get notify?
  • I am from Texas and had 2 children which reside in Texas with my ex. I want to know how can i get visitstion rights, where to file, and if I can get them during school breaks. The reason I ask is because i went back to Texas to visit them and my ex didn't let me see them and she won't even answer my phone calls.
  • I own my trailer and rent a lot, I got behind in paying my lot fee so am being evicted. What point and time do they(park personel) have the right to go through and take my stuff?

STORIES

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

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