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LIFELONG LEGAL LEARNING

From learning about the past to learning for the future

Henry Ford said it best when he said; “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.” Lifelong Legal Learning provides you with a variety of new ways to stay young.
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Chief Justice Scott Bales

"Growing older presents new opportunities as well as changes in health, lifestyle, family connections, and more. Whether you are experiencing these changes or you are caring for aging relatives, you are not alone. We prepared this site as a resource for people navigating the challenges and opportunities that come with aging or caregiving. This site will help you plan ahead, know your options, and be aware of your rights. There are many laws, benefits, and special services available to help you stay in command of your daily living. Law for Seniors touches on some of the topics you may face and offers contact information for agencies and organizations that may be of assistance to you. This guide presents only general information. Laws, policies, and procedures frequently change. If you have a specific legal problem, you may want to consult an attorney."

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COVID-19 Scams

COVID-19 Scams

Arizonans, especially seniors, need to be aware that new scams are being created around the COVID-19 pandemic. The Attorney General’s Office has reported scams that range from miracle vaccines to robocalls. Scammers, called shopping thieves are even claiming they will pick up and deliver your groceries only to leave with the persons money. A detailed list of new COVID-19 related scams can be found here: https://www.azag.gov/press-release/attorney-general-brnovich-and-senator-sinema-issue-warning-regarding-new-covid-19. If you are a victim of a scam, please report it to the Arizona Attorney General’s Office.

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