Arizona's Legal Assistance Program was established under the federal Older Americans Act to offer information, advice, assistance and advocacy to persons 60 years of age and older.
The goals of the program are to promote and preserve the autonomy, dignity, independence and financial security of older persons, provide access to the system of justice, and advocates for the preservation of the rights and benefits of older persons.
Some Legal Services include:
For Advanced Directive documents and information, visit the Arizona Attorney General's Website.
Persons aged 60 or over who are frail, homebound by reason of illness, incapacity, disability, or are otherwise isolated are eligible for the Legal Assistance Program.