• Frequently Asked Questions •

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We’re located in Mesa at 4140 E Baseline Rd #101 Mesa, AZ 85206. Click here to find us on Google Maps.

Yes! We want our services to be accessible to even the most financially challenged clients. We offer options that will fit almost anyone’s needs. No credit checks required. Please contact us so we can discuss options available to you.

AZ Rights restoration is a leading Arizona rights restoration attorney. We are a part of Woods Law Group in Mesa, AZ. We are also the same folks behind AZ Gun Law with attorney Trent Woods.

Most individuals are eligible to have their rights restored. Please contact us to schedule a consultation to discuss your individual circumstances.

Consultation fees can vary depending on the type of legal services you need. Please contact us for more information. We are always transparent on pricing so you’ll know your costs before making any commitments. We have flexible payment options that can fit almost anyone’s needs. No credit check required. Contact us so we can discuss available options with you.

Both felony and misdemeanor domestic violence convictions will cause you to lose your gun rights. Many people are able to restore their firearm rights though. Please contact us for a consultation to discuss your individual circumstances.

If you’ve specifically had your firearm rights restored in Arizona than you can check “No“. In some circumstances rights may be automatically restored, but that never applies to gun rights. You can read our article Are Rights Automatically Restored After A Felony Conviction in Arizona? to learn more.

We believe that the most successful attorneys are those who believe in the cause they’re fighting for. We choose our staff based on both their experience and they’re moral beliefs. You can say “our heart is in it“. We are strong supporters of individual rights. You’ll find that AZ Rights Restoration will fight for your rights with a high success rate. Click here to meet our team.

This is a difficult question to answer because it’s highly situational and depends on the interpretation of “possession” by the justice system. Please contact us to schedule a consultation and we’ll be happy to go over your families situation.

Our Learn More page has articles explaining the law on Arizona rights restoration. We are always expanding the information on the Learn More page so be sure to check back often!

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