Center for Community Dialogue Profile

Our Family’s Center for Community Dialogue helps Southern Arizonans talk about challenging issues in a skilled, civil and respectful way. We do this through services, training, and community events. •Services: Serving as neutral guides to help people resolve conflict, build consensus or improve communication. Mediation Services for individuals in: Neighborhood, Workplace, Family/Elder, and Small Claims. •Training: Building skills for our staff/volunteers and the community at large in a variety of communication and conflict-resolution processes. •Community events: Facilitating opportunities for dialogue that spark constructive exchange of views and mutual understanding.

Address
3830 E. Bellevue Street,
Tucson, AZ 85712
Phone: 520-323-1708 ext.504
Website: www.ourfamilyservices.org

QUESTIONS

  • I am contacting you on behalf of a close friend. She is disabled and had two children one of which are disabled. She has a USDA loan on her home.(Nov.21st 2010) She made all of her payments on the first of the month when her disability check was deposited. Then in October of 2014 she called to make her payment and they would not accept it. Instead they told her that her home was in foreclosure. She has since tried every month to make her payment but they will not take it. I would greatly appreciate any help or advise. Thank you.
  • How is spousal support(alimony)figured?
  • A few days before I turned 18, my adopted family of 4 years kicked me out and dropped me off at my birth mothers house. (Who is not capable of taking care of me) they didn't even give me a quarter of my belongings and I also didn't receive any of my documents (I.e birth certificate, social security card, etc) this has caused me many problems in the year since dealing with trying to get a car, registering for college and other things. In order to get new documents, I need to have other documents and I have none. Is there something I can legally do?
  • The air conditioning in my house went out. I am currently renting. We notified our property management and they sent someone out the next day. The ac company said they cant fix it for a week. Our property management told us to find somewhere else to stay. Is there a law that they have to pay for us to stay in a hotel? And is there a law stating that we can deduct money from rent from each day that we are not staying in the house? And if so then how much? Thank you.
  • can a parent file a injunction against harassment against his daughters boyfriend if the daughter does not want it and if the boyfriend did not do anything
  • I have guardianship of my two stepchildren and I just moved to Arizona will I be able to apply for any kind of assistance
  • I gave revocable guardianship to my mom when I moved out of state so the kids could finish that school year and I started my new job. Now that I have petitioned to revoke guardianship, she is suing me for custody. I am so far and not sure how to handle this.
  • I have lived in Arizona since 2013 which was the last time my son saw his father. His father lives in Mexico and I have tried to get ahold of him but have not been able. My son is 8 and does not know him or who he is. How can I go about getting full custody or being able to make all the decisions for my son. Since my husband is military we well be moving out of state and I need to get him a u.s passport since I have already became a citizen and I need to be able to take my child over seas.
  • My daughter and her family have been living with us for 4-1/2 year. They recently moved out but left a lot of belongings behind. What am I legally able to do with said belongings?
  • I was married in Mexico to a college friend who was deported. We were married 3 years ago. I came back to AZ and have not seen him since, we talk regularly but he has no plans on returning to the states. Is filing for a divorce in Arizona possible, and could I file for an annulment considering we never consummated the marriage?

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  • State Bar of Arizona
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    www.maricopabar.org
    Referral number 602-257-4434
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    www.pimacountybar.org
    Referral number 520-623-4625
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
    800-799-7233
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