Tucson, AZ Consumer Law

Tucson, Arizona 85705

Arizona Flag

Welcome to LegalConsumer.com

We offer free tools and information to help Arizona consumers assert their rights under state and federal laws. 

We cover Bankruptcy, Probate & Inheritance LawUnemployment BenefitsWage & Hour Laws, Obamacare (ACA -Affordable Care Act), Child Custody Law, and Democracy & Voting Rights.

Access to Justice for Arizona Consumers

LegalConsumer.com has been providing free tools and information to Arizona consumers since 2006. Our seasoned lawyer editors have been translating legalese into plain English for over 35 years.

Tools and Resources for Tucson, AZ Consumers

Arizona Inheritance Law & Probate Procedure

Arizona Wage & Hour Law

  • Arizona Minimum Wage:  
    • The minimum wage in Arizona is $14.35 an hour. Because this is higher than the federal minimum wage of $7.25, employees in Arizona must be paid at least $14.35 an hour. 

      Pima County Minimum Wage

      The minimum wage in Pima County is $14.35 an hour, the state minimum wage. However, cities and counties in Arizona are free to adopt their own higher minimum wage, and dozens of cities and counties across the country have done so. To find out whether Pima County has passed its own minimum wage law since we last updated, visit https://webcms.pima.gov/.

      Tucson Minimum Wage

      The minimum wage in Tucson is currently $14.35 an hour.

  • Overtime Pay: Every state has rules about weekly maximum hours and overtime. Learn about the overtime laws in Arizona and whether they apply to you.
  • Wage Claims: If you're being unlawfully underpaid, you need to learn how to file a "Wage Claim" in Arizona. 
  • Tips : Every state has special pay rates for tipped workers. Find out the rules for tipped workers in Arizona.
    • In Arizona, your employer may pay you a minimum wage of $11.35 an hour, as long as you earn enough in tips to bring your total hourly pay up to the full minimum wage, $14.35 an hour. If you don’t earn enough in tips to bring your compensation to the full minimum wage, your employer must make up the difference.

  • State Labor Board:

Arizona Unemployment Benefits

Bankruptcy & Debt

Child Custody & Family Courts in Arizona 

Arizona Obamacare

Democracy In Arizona, Pima County, Tucson 

Find a Lawyer in Tucson, AZ