Quilt Modest Means Program Profile

The Qualified Income Legal Team (QUILT) "Modest Means" Program was designed to help individuals & families who are "too rich" for free legal services and "too poor" to afford regular attorney fees. The QUILT MODEST MEANS PROGRAM IS NOT A FREE LEGAL SERVICE. There is a $30 application/referral fee at the time you apply AND you are responsible for paying the reduced attorney fees that apply to your specific case. To participate in the QUILT program, you MUST meet the financial eligility guidelines. Call to see if you qualify.

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177 N Church Ave, Suite 101
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 623-4625
Website: http://www.tucsonlawyers.org/quilt-modest-means

QUESTIONS

  • I am a disabled female residing in an apt. complex which has been in poor condition since I moved in over 2 yrs. ago. Repairs are RARELY made and I now have a mice, termite, tick, and either a chigger or bedbug infestation which is a MAJOR health issue and an emotional one as well. I've asked the landlord for assistance as I am on SSDI and live month to month. Despite ALL my efforts, she continues to ignore me. Isn't it the Realty company's responsibility to assist with an exterminator? PLEASE HELP ME!
  • I have been appointed to take care of my friends personal belongings while he is away driving big rig trucking. He didn't pay his rent for two months. The rv park has had his truck, car, and 5th wheel towed and put into the impound yard. They will not release my personal effects out of the truck. The truck was not parked in his designated space, nor was it improperly parked on the property. It was parked on the property. I was given no advance notice, and at work at the time of the tow.
  • Where can I find a court approved parenting class?
  • When my wife and I separated she gave me a noterized letter stating I had met all my financial obligations of the household we shared. Now that we’re proceeding with divorce she is trying to say I owe a bunch of money in loans she took out from her family. Will the noterized letter defend me if we go to trial?
  • I quit my employer after 12 years employment. After i changed states I reapplied and was told that I was Blacked Balled from applying because of attendance. Is there anything i can do?
  • My daughter and her son have lived with me and my husband since my grandson was born. the father of the baby left when he was 3 months old and moved back to his home state of KY. He did sign the birth certificate and my daughter is going for child support through the state, but the father does not call, visit or show any interest in my grandson. My question is, what would happen if my daughter became ill or passed away- by law does my grandson have to move to KY to live with a biological father he has never known or is there something I can do now for reassurance this baby won't be taken.
  • My sons mother and I lived together since he was born 4 years ago, we are no-longer together and I am considering filing for support on myself for joint custody and parenting time. Will the support be calculated back from the time he was born,from time we separated (1 month), or from time I or she files? for support?
  • I am USN veteran seeking legal services and advice on a matter that concerns a home that I have purchased with a former significant other. what legal services are available if any to me.
  • my mom own a mobile home but she went to the nursing home but she will be back but im the son and power of attorney and im moving to the trailer before she come home but the manager wont let me move
  • I am pregnant and want to give my child my last name. The father and I have never been in a relationship. Can I give my baby just my last name?

STORIES

  • 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. . .
  • He told me that I could actually get all the money I needed by using my home as collateral. . .

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  • State Bar of Arizona
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  • Maricopa County Bar
    www.maricopabar.org
    Referral number 602-257-4434
  • Pima County Bar
    www.pimacountybar.org
    Referral number 520-623-4625
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
    800-799-7233
  • Bankruptcy Court Self Help Center
    866-553-0893
  • Certified Legal Document Preparer Program
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