Frequently Asked Questions
I need an attorney, how can I find one?
The State Bar of Arizona can't provide attorney referrals or offer legal advice, but you can use our member directory to search for lawyers by name, area of practice or office location. All attorneys who are members of the State Bar of Arizona are listed on the State Bar's website. Check the "activity" information to see if the lawyer has ever been disciplined. Both the Maricopa County Bar and Pima County Bar Associations offer lawyer referral services.
Lawyer Referral Services
- Maricopa County Bar Lawyer Referral Service, 602.257.4434: Schedule a 30-minute consultation with an attorney for a $50 fee. maricopalawyers.org/
- Pima County Bar Lawyer Referral Service, 520.623.4625: For a non-refundable fee of $35 due at the time of the referral, the Lawyer Referral Service will schedule you with a licensed attorney who will provide you with a 30-minute consultation. pimacountybar.org/lawyer-referral-service-lrs
I can't afford an attorney. Now what?
Go to azlawhelp.org, LawforSeniors.org, or LawforVeterans.org.
How do I file a complaint against my attorney?
Call our Attorney/Client Assistance Program (ACAP) hotline at 602.340.7280. ACAP representatives will listen to your concerns and help to address the problem.
If your concern involves what you believe to be criminal activity by your lawyer, you can also contact the Attorney General's Office at azag.gov or contact the office by mail at:
Attorney General's Office
1275 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
602.542.5025 or toll-free at 800.352.8431