Resources for Seniors

Getting older or hope to? Is there an elder in your family? Things go bump in the night.  Here they come, ready or not.

Kenney Hegland, a Professor of Law, at the University of Arizona and attorney Robert Fleming have created 18 free videos on elder topics and a checklist to see how prepared you are for the bumps -- below is more information about their videos.

Whether you are an employer or employee, business owner or consumer, it is likely that you will one day find it necessary to hire an attorney. The following are tips to help you find an attorney, and once you do, how to work effectively with him/her to resolve your legal issues. There is also an explanation of the different legal fees and costs you might encounter during your case.

How to Get a Birth Certificate

The Arizona Office of Vital Records has birth records ONLY for births that occurred in Arizona. If you need a certified copy of a birth certificate from another state, you must contact that state's vital records office. The Arizona Office of Vital Records has information about where to go for other states.

The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) Eligibility Policy Manual is located on the AHCCCS website and contains specific information about covered services, programs, non-financial conditions for eligibility, income, applications, costs, and Preadmission Screening (PAS) among other topics.


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