Looks like Steve Nash is going to have to pay child support to his ex-wife, after all. A ruling today by the Arizona Court of Appeals erases a Maricopa County Superior Court judge's finding on what the NBA star should pay in child support to ex-wife Alejandra Amarilla, opening the door for a substa ... More >>
Viri Hernandez, a DREAM Act student organizer who has spent the last few years mobilizing Latino voters in West Phoenix, is criticizing Pastor Warren Stewart for his stance on gay relationships. (The DREAM Act was intended to grant a pathway to U.S. citizenship for individuals brought to this count ... More >>
As the Bisbee City Council prepares to adopt an ordinance tonight that would give same-sex couples the right to a civil union that provides the same legal benefits as a marriage, we can't help but wonder why the rest of the state isn't doing this. After it passes as expected, the city will acknowle ... More >>
State Attorney General Tom Horne says he'll file a federal action to halt a Bisbee ordinance legalizing civil unions for same-sex couples if the City Council approves it tonight. The proposed ordinance, (see full text below), would grant same-sex couples who enter into an official civil union the s ... More >>
Andre "Bad Moon" Rison is a former NFL wide receiver who made the Pro Bowl five times, and had his mansion burned down by the late TLC singer Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes in 1994.Rison also made child-support payments precisely zero times, which he was ordered to start paying in 1999.Since he managed to sk ... More >>
In late February, Brent Ian Anderson decided the best way to avoid paying child support was to take his 3-year-old daughter to Mexico and not tell the kiddo's mother about it.Turns out, Anderson was incorrect about that, because the authorities just flew him and the youngster from Mazatlan, Mexico, ... More >>
Simcox for SenateSimcox, looking a little ragged in a pic from his Web siteHow the not-so-mighty have fallen. According to a recent filing in his pending divorce, former minuteman leader and one-time dark horse U.S. Senate candidate Chris Simcox claims he's eking by on $1,000 a month, and he wants h ... More >>
On broken hearts and busted bank accounts
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Image: www.goodyearaz.gov A trio of Valley stories this morning from Courthouse News Service: * The failed deal to build a fancier spring-training ballpark in Goodyear has blossomed into a lawsuit. The moneybag behind the deal, M&I Marshall Ilsley Bank, wants Goodyear to get the ballpark up and run ... More >>
Judge Michael Gordon's cupboard-sized Phoenix courtroom was packed Wednesday afternoon with supporters of both Courtney Bisbee and Bisbee's parents Camille and Tom Tilley. Family court seldom gets that kind of action. The Tilleys were there to petition the court for visitation rights ... More >>
Valley company unveils its crimson spook tale
Kickass bassist can still kick your ass
Phoenix boxing great Michael Carbajal says his big brother and manager, Danny, stole every penny he had
The big brother of a Phoenix boxing champ pleads guilty to ripping off his late wife. He remains the chief suspect in her unsolved murder
A war for custody of 4-year-old Raven Laws includes a spurious Alabama tribe
For Argentine director Daniel Burman, life is a movie
Sally Carbajal predicted her husband, Danny, would never let her get the money. She never did
Mediator Gary Karpin preyed on vulnerable divorcées, falsely claiming he's a lawyer and a Ph.D.
Just when things couldn't get any worse for Heather Grossman–they did
Unsuspecting consumers are getting ripped off by the hundreds. The Supereme Court is working to stop this unauthorized practice of law.
Priest accused of child molesting ,as well as fathering a baby girl, shielded by Bishop Thomas O'Brien
Former judge reprimanded for dereliction
By letting cases languish, a veteran Family Court judge and his assistant created havoc in the lives of parents and children
Assistant AG Shawn Friend works for the state--and the deadbeat dad it's after
A divorce gets nasty. Documents are stolen. Corporate perks run amok. A top executive abruptly retires. The CEO gets his wings clipped. A blonde commits suicide.
During her 14-year marriage to an auto-parts mogul, Denise Hrudka lived in the lap of luxury. Then her husband stood up.
FOR BOB HIRSCHFELD---MEN'S-RIGHTS ACTIVIST AND DOMESTIC-RELATIONS LAWYER---BREAKING UP IS FUN TO DO
HUNDREDS OF VALLEY MOTHERS PUT THEIR TRUST IN A COLLECTION AGENCY THAT TURNED OUT TO BE A SCAM. THEY AND THEIR CHILDREN ARE THE LOSERS