Navigating federal and state law can seem impossible alone, but a bar-certified Arizona lawyer can help you understand the particular laws that govern your case. To learn more about paternity cases and felony convictions, read these articles.
- The Arizona Department of Economic Security answers a few frequently asked questions about paternity on this page.
- If you have more questions about establishing paternity, you can find introductory information on this page from The University of Arizona.
- To learn exactly which legal rights may be revoked if you're convicted of a felony, read section 13-904(E) of the Arizona Revised Statutes.
- If your right to vote has been revoked following a felony conviction, you may be able to have it reinstated. Read this article from the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona for more information.
To find out more about the legal material pertinent to your case, call Blumberg & Associates at (602) 457-1951.