You'll need to do a little better than "giant tires and 3 inch lift" in your description to get any significant help. When hitting the trails hard with a cheap lift kit and factory control arms (I'm guessing), bad things can happen. Its very easy to deform track bar bracket mounts, control arm mounts, etc. When you mean the front axle is out of alignment, I'm guessing this lift kit of yours might not have the adjustable track bar that would be required to place the axle back in the proper position, as lift kits effectively shorten your wheelbase and offset the axles if track bars aren't used.
I'd check your track bars first (aside from the crooked bracket which can easily be replaced) , take it to a shop that knows how to do a front end alignment on a solid front axle vehicle (7 years in the car business and I can tell you the auto service industry is filled with the underinformed).
Companies like ballistic and poly performance can ship out high quality replacement bracket kits no prob, and any good welder and burn em on for a couple hundred.
As far as the lemon law goes, you willfully bought a modified vehicle, and it sounds like some previous experience and due diligence might have caught those problems prior to purchase but I'm no lawyer. Good luck.