Arizona Supreme Court Holds that Statutorily Non-Modifiable Spousal Maintenance Agreements are Not Subject to Modification or Termination, nor Is Relief from Such Agreements Available under Ariz. R. Civ. P. 60(c)(5).
Arizona Court Of Appeals Division One Holds That a Secured Creditor Need Not Seek Permission From the Superior Court or the Personal Representative of an Estate to Enforce Its Security Even Though Probate Has Been Opened.
Arizona Court of Appeals Division One Reaffirms that Probable Cause To Forfeit Assets is Determined Not at Time of Seizure but At Time of Hearing and Holds that Drug Package Profile can Contribute to Probable Cause.
The Arizona Supreme Court Grants Pascua Yaqui Tribe’s Petition for Interlocutory Appeal Regarding Approval of a Settlement Agreement Determining the Tohono O’odham Nation’s Water Rights, But Denies Relief.