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Learn how to file your taxes for free and search for VITA and AARP tax pre­pa­ra­ti­on sites in your area. Visit the IRS for help and infor­ma­ti­on. We are com­mit­ted to ensu­ring that low-inco­me com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers have access to civil jus­ti­ce, becau­se we know that equal access to jus­ti­ce pro­mo­tes fami­ly sta­bi­li­ty, streng­t­hens the neigh­bour­hood and impro­ves the qua­li­ty of life of all our com­mu­nities. The online app­li­ca­ti­on is a pre-qua­li­fi­ca­ti­on pro­cess to deter­mi­ne whe­ther users are eli­gi­ble for free or redu­ced legal assi­s­tance and which legal aid pro­gram best meets the user‘s needs. Addi­tio­nal infor­ma­ti­on or mea­su­res may be requi­red to com­ple­te your app­li­ca­ti­on. Plea­se read and fol­low all inst­ruc­tions at the end of the app­li­ca­ti­on. Loo­king for free civil legal aid in sou­thern or sou­the­as­tern Ari­zo­na? Find out if you qua­li­fy and request ser­vices online today. SALA pro­vi­des free civil legal assi­s­tance to low-inco­me indi­vi­du­als and fami­lies in sou­thern and sou­the­as­tern Ari­zo­na, inclu­ding 11 Nati­ve Ame­ri­can tri­bes in Ari­zo­na. The place to start is Here, the Ari­zo­na Foun­da­ti­on for Legal Ser­vices & Edu­ca­ti­on and the Sta­te Bar, in col­la­bo­ra­ti­on with many legal orga­niz­a­ti­ons, pro­vi­de a place whe­re you can app­ly for legal aid, get ans­wers to legal ques­ti­ons, down­load court forms, and more. You can also call 866.637.5341 to app­ly for legal aid by pho­ne. For more use­ful infor­ma­ti­on, see,, and

Are you loo­king for legal infor­ma­ti­on or legal forms to repre­sent you? Visit and The libra­ry pro­vi­des self-help books and rese­arch gui­des to sup­port legal rese­arch. You can also visit for more infor­ma­ti­on on legal issu­es in Ari­zo­na. The Ari­zo­na Sta­te Bar spon­sors free legal coun­se­ling pro­grams throughout Ari­zo­na throughout the year to make legal ser­vices more acces­si­ble to the gene­ral public. As a sta­te agen­cy, the Attor­ney General‘s Office can­not pro­vi­de legal advice or repre­sen­ta­ti­on to indi­vi­du­als, but it stores data on con­su­mer com­p­laints to iden­ti­fy new trends and can lead to enfor­ce­ment action under the Con­su­mer Pro­tec­tion Act. More infor­ma­ti­on Civil legal aid hel­ps ensu­re fair­ness for all mem­bers of the jus­ti­ce sys­tem, no mat­ter how much money you have. It pro­vi­des access to legal assi­s­tance to indi­vi­du­als to pro­tect their live­li­hoods, health and fami­lies. Civil legal aid con­nects Ame­ri­cans with a ran­ge of ser­vices, inclu­ding legal help and repre­sen­ta­ti­on, self-help cen­ters and other legal ser­vices, free legal cli­nics and pro bono sup­port, as well as access to online infor­ma­ti­on and forms that gui­de them through com­plex legal pro­cee­dings. In this way, civil legal aid hel­ps Ame­ri­cans pro­tect their live­li­hoods, health, and fami­lies. Tuc­son and Pima Coun­ty have several legal aid ser­vices to sup­port low-inco­me people.

Often, the­se pro bono orga­niz­a­ti­ons have inco­me requi­re­ments to be eli­gi­ble for assi­s­tance. Check their web­sites or call the orga­niz­a­ti­ons for more infor­ma­ti­on. Some orga­niz­a­ti­ons also offer recom­men­da­ti­ons on pos­si­ble resour­ces. Once a com­p­laint has been filed, the Bureau‘s legal staff will review it and most likely send it to the com­pa­ny for respon­se. The Com­pa­ny is requi­red to return a writ­ten respon­se to the com­p­laint. The ATO will pass it on to the con­su­mer. If the com­pa­ny does not respond or the issue is still not resol­ved, one of the office‘s vol­un­teer arbi­tra­tors may attempt to nego­tia­te a solu­ti­on that the com­pa­ny and the con­su­mer deem accep­ta­ble. If the arbi­tra­ti­on fails, the con­su­mer may con­si­der taking legal action alo­ne, with or without a lawy­er. Com­p­laint data stored If you have a civil law pro­blem, we may be able to help you.

In gene­ral, we ser­ve low-inco­me cli­ents. If you are not sure, plea­se app­ly and we will be able to veri­fy it. We attach gre­at impor­t­ance to ser­ving vic­tims of crime. Thanks to the Ame­ri­can Bar Endow­ment for making the A2J Aut­hor sys­tem more mobi­le-friend­ly and acces­si­ble to all Ari­zon­ans. Their dona­ti­ons help expand ser­vices for tho­se who would not other­wi­se have access to equal jus­ti­ce. Help sup­port SALA today! Our tele­pho­ne banks are open Mon­day to Fri­day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Calls return Mon­day to Fri­day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ALS is clo­sed on most important holi­days. Vol­un­teer Inco­me Tax Assi­s­tance Loca­ti­ons (SAAVs) in the Phoe­nix metro­po­li­tan area will be vir­tu­al for the rema­in­der of the year.

Down­load Phoe­nix Metro VITA web­sites and infor­ma­ti­on here. Com­mu­ni­ty legal ser­vices can assist qua­li­fied Ari­zon­ans in cer­tain types of civil cases. The Ari­zo­na Attor­ney General‘s Office is respon­si­ble for almost every type of pro­duct or ser­vice and encou­ra­ges con­su­mers who think they have been scam­med by a com­pa­ny to file a com­p­laint with (click “Con­su­mers,” then “File a Com­p­laint”). Once the com­p­laint is filed, the­re are several ways to find a lawy­er to repre­sent you. You can ask for recom­men­da­ti­ons from friends and fami­ly, check the pho­ne book, or search the Inter­net for local lawy­ers. In addi­ti­on, the­re are many lawy­er refer­ral ser­vices. Con­su­mers who have ques­ti­ons about the com­p­laint pro­ce­du­re or who pre­fer to recei­ve a prin­ted copy of the com­p­laint form can con­ta­ct the Con­su­mer Infor­ma­ti­on and Com­p­laints Depart­ment at the fol­lowing address: For immedia­te publi­ca­ti­on – 15. August 2022The Board of Direc­tors of Com­mu­ni­ty Legal Ser­vices (Ari­zo­na) is plea­sed to announ­ce that Sharon E. Ser­gent, Depu­ty Direc­tor and Public Ser­vice Attor­ney, will be the new Exe­cu­ti­ve Direc­tor. SALA reli­es on vol­un­te­ers like you. Whe­ther you‘re a law firm, an indi­vi­du­al prac­ti­tio­ner, or a law stu­dent, you have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to chan­ge a life.

Do you have any sti­mu­lus and other fis­cal issu­es? For tho­se who qua­li­fy, free help is avail­ab­le. “Most Ame­ri­cans don‘t know that your home can be taken away from you, your child­ren can be abduc­ted, and you can beco­me a vic­tim of domestic vio­lence, but you don‘t have the con­sti­tu­tio­nal right to a lawy­er to pro­tect you.” Free legal advice| Find a lawy­er| | Legal Aid Choo­sing a lawy­er | Legal.