Legal Assistance

Need legal assistance?

Twice each month, volunteer attorneys make themselves available at PCOA’s office for one-on-one appointments to assist older adults with advice only regarding legal issues such as estate planning, wills, probate, guardianship and conservatorship, and the Arizona Long Term Care System. Appointments are required and a voluntary donation of $15 is requested.

PCOA also makes legal aid available to those who are in need and qualify through our community partner, Southern Arizona Legal Aid, and can offer referrals to other legal entities, such as Lawyers Referral Service.

Learn more at 520-790-7262 or help@pcoa.org.

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Additional Resources

Immigration Resources

Legal questions regarding immigration or immigration status can be complicated. These community resources work to answer questions, legally represent immigrants and their families, and help navigate the immigration system. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) provides information and assistance with all aspects of citizenship and immigration, for general immigration questions reach out to USCIS.

See all Immigration Resources resources

Notaries Public

A notary public is a person who serves the public and can witness document signings, administer oaths, and take affidavits. In addition to the notary services listed through PCOA, some shipping stores, government offices, and banks also provide a notary service.

See all Notaries Public resources

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