Ronald Sell vs. Cynthia Beakly Injunction Prohibiting Harassment – Maricopa

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SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA COUNTY OF Maricopa STATE OF ARIZONA

Defendant

EIRNING THIS IS AN OFFICIAL COURT ORDER. IF YOU DISOBEY THIS ORDER, THE COURT MAY FIND YOU IN CONTEMPT OF COURT. YOU MAY ALSO BE ARRESTED AND PROSECUTED FOR THE CRIME OF INTERFERING WITH JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS AND ANY OTHER CRIME YOU MAY HAVE COMMITTED IN DISOBEYING THIS ORDER.

NOTE: THIS INJUNCTION IS EFFECTIVE ON THE DEFENDANT ON SERVICE OF A COPY OF TEE INJUNCTION UPON THE DEFENDANT AND THE INJUNCTION EXPIRES, UNLESS RENEWED, SIX MONTHS AFTER SERVICE ON THE DEFENDANT. YOU ARE ENTITLED TO A HEARING IF YOU FILE A WRITTEN REQUEST FOR HEARING WITH THE COURT. A- HEARING WILL BE HELD WITHIN TEN DAYS FROM THE DATE REQUESTED UNLESS THE COURT FINDS COMPELLING REASONS TO CONTINUE TEE HEARING.

E/The Court has reviewed:

‘ D/ The Plaintiff’s petition D Other pleadings D/ Other evidence offered by the Plaintiff ‘ Upon finding that there is reasonable evidence of harassment of the Plaintiff by the‘Defendant and that good cause exists to believe great or irreparable harm would result to the Plaintiff if the injunction is not granted before-the Defendant or his attorneypan be heard in opposition, After hearing and the Court-finding good cause,

IT IS ORDERED pursuant to A.R.S. § 12—1809:

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B/THAT the Defendant stay away from the following locations or persons (addresses provided):

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Charles Kendall vs Melanie Kelly and East Valley Family Physicians

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA

IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA CHARLES KENDALL, a single man, Case No.2 Plaintiff, vs . COMPLAINT

(Medical Negligence) EAST VALLY FAMILY PHYSICIANS, P.L.C., an Arizona limited liability company; MELANIE KELLY and JOHN DOE KELLY, wife and husband Defendants.

For his Complaint against Defendants, Plaintiff Charles

Kendall alleges as follows:

1. Plaintiff is a single man residing in Maricopa County, Arizona.

2. Plaintiff alleges that Defendants have caused events to occur in Maricopa County, Arizona, out of which his

claims arise, therefore, venue is proper in this Court.

3. The amount in controversy exceeds the

jurisdictional minimum of this Court, therefore, jurisdiction is

proper in this Court.

4. Defendant East Valley Family Physicians is an Arizona corporation doing business in Maricopa County, Arizona.

5. Defendant Melanie Kelly’ was married to John Doe

Kelly and was acting on behalf of their marital community at all times material to this Complaint.

6. Defendant Melanie Kelley and. East Valley Family Physicians were licensed healthcare providers as defined in A.R.S. S 12—561 at all times material to this Complaint.

7. Defendant Melanie Kelly’ was the actual agent of Defendant East Valley Family Physicians, acting in the course and scope of her agency, at all times material to this Complaint.

26, 2003, Defendant Melanie Kelly

8. On December

improperly injected Toradol into Plaintiff’s left arm.

9. Defendant Melanie Kelly’s actions fell below the

standard of care applicable to her. 10. Plaintiff sustained a severe left radial neuropathy

as a direct and. proximate result of Defendant Melanie Kelly’s

negligence.

11. The neuropathy has caused Plaintiff to suffer

painful physical and emotional injuries including the loss of most of the use of his left arm. He has incurred medical expenses and likely will need medical treatment in the future. He has lostincome and likely will lose future income.

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff respectfully asks this Court to

enter judgment in his favor and against Defendants as follows:

A. Awarding him an amount sufficient to compensate him

for his past and future pain, suffering, hedonic damages, and

economic losses arising out of the injuries caused by Defendant Melanie Kelly’s negligence;

B. Awarding hi“! the costs and fees associated with this suit to which he is entitled under Arizona law; and

C. Awarding such further relief as the Court deems

just and proper. , DATED this 2!: day of October, 2004.

ROBBINS & GREEN, P.A.

BY ‘0 R1 Vh~Adehl John P. Ager 3300 North Central Avenue Suite 1800 Phoenix, Arizona 85012—2518 Attorneys for Plaintiff

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Matthew Kelly vs. Melanie Kelly-Brit – Maricopa Family Court

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MICHAELK. JEANES Clerk of the Superior Court By sheila panicki, Denny

Date 10/20/2014 Time 14:64:17

Matthew J. Kelly Descriptim 811381111: 1126 W. Elliot Road, #2032 –——– CRSEll 17132014095670 Chandler, AZ 85224 11H) 11 (480)221-0083 mum WI}in 601 338.00 mkelly@kelly—mccoy.com W» ——

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA

IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA FC2014-095670

In re the Marriage of:

MATTHEW J. KELLY,

No.

PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF NON-COVENANT MARRIAGE

and (With Children) MELANIE M. KELLY,

Petitioner,

Respondent.

Petitioner Matthew J. Kelly, for his Petition for Dissolution of Non-Covenant Marriage, alleges as follows:

1. Petitioner, Matthew J. Kelly (“Petitioner”), was born on October 21, 1974 (age 39), his Social Security Number is listed on the Family Court Sensitive Data Coversheet included with this Petition, and his occupation is attorney. Petitioner’s address is 1126 W. Elliot Road, #2032, Chandler, AZ 85224, and he has been domiciled in Arizona for more than 90 days.

2. Respondent, Melanie M. Kelly (“Respondent”), was born on July 1, 1973

(age 41), her Social Security Number is listed on the Family Court Sensitive Data

Coversheet included with this Petition, and her occupation is physician assistant.I)

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Respondent’s address is 1633 W. Manor Street, Chandler, AZ 85224, and she has been domiciled in Arizona for more than 90 days.

3. The parties were married on June 8, 1996, in Flagstaff, Coconino County, Arizona and since that time have been and are now husband and wife. —-

4. This marriage is not a covenant marriage.

5. The parties’ marriage is irretrievably broken and there is no reasonable prospect of reconciliation. The conciliation provisions of A.R.S. § 25-38109 either do not apply or have been met. Petitioner has complied with, or prior to finalizing this case, will comply with the domestic relations education provisions of A.R.S. § 35—3 52.

6. The parties have three children in common: Lucas Matthew Kelly, age 12; Owen Rivers Kelly, age 9; and Tate Skinner Kelly, age 6. The children’s residential address, Social Security Number and date of birth are not listed to maintain confidentiality and privacy, but instead are listed on the Family Court Sensitive Data Coversheet filed simultaneously herewith.

7. Petitioner has not participated as a party or witness or in any other capacity in any other proceeding concerning the custody of or visitation with any child listed herein.

8. Petitioner does not know of any proceeding that could affect the current proceeding, including proceedings for enforcement and proceedings relating to domestic violence, protective orders, termination of parental rights and adoptions.

9. Petitioner does not know of any person who is not named as a party in this proceeding that has physical custody of, or claims rights of legal custody or physical custody of, or visitation with any child subject of this action.

10. Wife is not currently pregnant.

11. Neither party has committed an act of domestic violence against the other party.

12. This Court currently has jurisdiction to determine custody of the minor

children common to the parties because the minor children have lived with Petitioner or 21 Respondent in Arizona for at least the last six months or other factors exist that confer jurisdiction upon Arizona in accordance with A.R.S. § 25—1031(A).

13. Upon information and belief, the parties have reached the following

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agreements on custody, parenting time, child support and spousal maintenance: Child Custody: The parties shall have joint custody. Parenting Time: The parties shall have essentially equal parenting time. Child Support: Except in the event of a substantial and continuous change in

circumstances, no party shall have a child support obligation to the other party.

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Spousal Maintenance: Neither party shall be entitled to spousal maintenance.

10 WHEREFORE, based upon the foregoing, Petitioner respectfully requests that the 11 Court:

12 A. Order that the marriage between the parties be dissolved, and the parties 13 restored to the status of single persons.

14 B. Award both parties the joint legal custody of the parties’ minor children in 15 accordance with the agreements of the parties set forth in a written parenting plan to be 16 submitted to the Court and such other provisions determined by the Court to be in the best 17 interests of the children.

18 C. Award essentially equal parenting time in accordance with the written 19 parenting plan to be submitted with the final Decree or Judgment, or alternatively in the 20 best interests of the children. I

21 D. Order that, except in the event of a substantial and continuous change in

22 circumstances, neither party be awarded child support.

23 E. Order that neither party be awarded spousal maintenance.

24 F. Order the equitable division of the parties’ assets and liabilities;

25 G. Confirm the parties’ respective sole and separate assets;

26 H. Order that each party pay all debts incurred by him or her, respectively,

27 from the date this Petition is served;

28 I. Order each party to pay their own attorneys’ fees and costs; and 310 ll 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

J. Order such other and further relief as this Court deems appropriate.

DATED: October 20, 2014.

STATE OF ARIZONA

County of Maricopa

Petitioner Matthew J. Kelly, being first duly sworn upon oath, states that he is the Petitioner in the above-entitled matter; that he has read the foregoing Petition and that the

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same is true, correct and complete to the best of his knowledge and belief.

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this 20th day of October 2014, by

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Melanie Kelly vs Matthew Kelly response

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Melanie M.‘ Kelly _ ‘1633 W. Manor Street Chandler, AZ 85224 (480) 221-0084 melk.pa@cox.net

In re the Marriage of:

MATTHEW J. KELLY, Petitioner,

and

MELANIE M. KELLY, Respondent.

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[N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE’OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA

No. Fozow—oqsmo RESPONSE TO PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF NON-COVENANT MARRIAGE

(With Children)

Respondent Melanie M. Kelly, responds to the Petition for Dissolution of Non- Covenant Marriage (With Children) filed by Petitioner Matthew J. Kelly, and admits, denies, Objects, oraffirmatively alleges as follows:

1. Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 1 of the Petition.

2 Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 2hof the Petition.

3 Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 3 of the Petition.

4. Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 4 of the Petition.

5 Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 5 of the Petition. Respondent affirmatively alleges that she has complied, or will comply prior to the entry

of a decree of dissolution, with the domestic relations education provisions of A.R.S. § 35-

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Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 6 of the Petition. I Respondent admits the allegations contained in. paragraph 7 of the Petition.

Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 8 of the Petition.

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Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 9 of the Petition.

10. Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 10 of the Petition.

11. Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 11 of the Petition.

12.1 Respondent admits the allegations centained in paragraph 12 of the Petition.

l3. Respondent admits the allegations contained in paragraph 13 of the Petition.

WHEREFORE, based upon the foregoing, Respondent respectfully requests that the Court:

A. Order that the marriage between the parties be dissolved, and the parties restored to the status of single persons;

B. Award both parties joint legal custody of the parties’ minor children in accordance with the agreements of the parties set forth in a written parenting plan to be submitted to the Court and suchother provisions determined by the Court to be in the best interests of the children;

C. Award essentially equal parenting time in accordance with the written

parenting plan to be submitted with the final Decree or Judgment, or alternatively in the

best interests of the children;

D. Order that, unless circumstances materially change, neither party is awarded child support;

E. Order that neither party is awarded spousal maintenance;

F. Order the equitable division of the parties’ assets and liabilities;

G. Confirm the parties’ respective sole and separate assets;

H. Order that each party pay all debts incurred by him or her, respectively, from the date Respondent accepted service of the Petition; I. Order each party to pay their own attorneys’ fees and costsincurred herein;

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J. Order such other and further relief as this Court deems appropriate. DATED: 6 , 2014.

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Petitioner Melanie M.. Kelly, being first duly sworn upon oath, states that she is the Respondent in the above—entitled matter; that she has read the foregoing Response to Petition for Dissolutionof Non—Covenant Marriage (With Children) and that the same is true, correct and complete to the best of her knowledge and belief.

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Susan Sell vs Ronald Sell – Maricopa County Family Court

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Maria P; Stein. Esq. State No. 009568 STEIN and STEIN, P.C.

1 2826 south Carriage Lane VSuite 100

1 Mesa, Arizona_ 85202 (602) 820-1421

Attorneys for Petitioner

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE 8131. O? AIIIOIR IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HRIICDRB In Re the marriage of: SUSAN H. SELL, Petitioner, *and

PETITION FOR DISSOLUTHN‘ OF MARRIAGE

(with Children)

RONALD J. SELL,

Respondent.

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Petitioner. SUSAN H. SELL, by and through her counsel, Maria 9. Stein of 3mm and swam, P.C. , hereby alleges as f llows:

1. Petitioner is, 39- years ‘of £93. her ‘ ~-

address is 2494 NOrth El Dorado Circle, Chandler, Agizaugs“

Petitioner is a homemaker. > i _ > 23”».Respondent is 38 Years of age ané his Illiyh, address is 2494 Nbrth El Dorado.Circ1e, Chandler; Arizona 87 Respondent’s occupation is a physician. 7‘ ~f3r . The parties hereto Here harried on or aboute¥> .11, ‘1979-7inv Greenville, Pennsylvania, and ever since that ‘

been and are now husband and uifegtr’v4. Respondent is not pregnant. 5. Respondent is not in the military service ‘ United States of America.

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i : broken and there is no reasonable prolpcct for

conciliation provisions of 33.8. 15481.09 It lug. Oi ‘ apply or have been met.‘

7. .-Petitioner and lie-pendent have boon ’ Maricopa County,r~Arizona,, for more than ninety (90) d!!! ‘ the filing of this Petition.

8. The parties [have four minor childron m the :,parties} namely: RYAN’P. SELL, born June 4. 1986, ‘ born June 4, 1986,‘ ADAM’SELL, born November 15. 1997 and SELL, born September 4, 1990. I V

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‘ decide child custody matters because the minor

domiciled in Arizona and Arizona is ’11:!» state“ children. _ L V ‘ 1C2 Petitioner should be awarded sole custody

minor children; Respondent should have reasonable 1 the children pursuant to: visitation v’ ‘Maricopa County Domestic Relations I; 11. ‘ Respondent, should pay cayreasonabile amount child support consistentwith Child, I n _.and..A.R..s..5259320,.W.melamunt of shim support should be {as each, child turns (V18),years of age, and if

Vi- reaches the age: of majority the child is attendinéschool, child.- suppert should continue to be ,meperiod,which the child is actually.attand1ng high schoolr .A;

. < Assignment for such amount should inane. _

, Rewmt..’h6u1d, m .. I tr dental insurance for the minor children and aha-11¢! I ELPercent, (1.040%) of all medical and dental W i‘children. ‘ ‘ 1

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,13.‘ ‘The parties should file joint federal income tax returns for the year of 1994 and equallyvinflthereceipt of any refunds p

1‘ obligation owed.

a _» : v 1.4…Petitioner is without I aufficient fund. support and. is temporarily unable to obtain I V’fRespondent is in control of the bulk of the ecnlunity earning sufficient sums of money from euployuent and sufficient suns of money from investments and should be

a pay a reasonable sum as and for spousal uaintenanoet;

. V . :15. v Respondent should maintain Petitioner irrevocable-beneficiary on a life insurance policy i life in sumsflenfficient to cover any remaining at: rmimzenanee and child support for so long as V

2i and child support are owed. ‘ i

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property .

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accounts, which were acquired or established for the ciao: of the parties, should remain the property. of _

9 children– arid- should notfbe comingled with ath at

parties. y ‘ ‘ 7 ~20. . Petitioner is without sufficient financier/l to» pay for beret-attorney’s fees (other than. initial.

‘fee) and court1costs ,., accountant’s fees and appraisal Respondent”. should be. ordered to e reasoxiablc contribution to these costs .7 V

21,. The parties have not entered into an oral WHEREFORE. Petitioner prays that- this Court will ‘7 the following Orders: ‘5 L in “1., 1 Entera Decree of Dissolution of ‘ 2.: waardin’gzto the Petitioner sole custody of ”

children ‘ of thiammarriage subject to Petitioner?s iv 7

visitationi-rights-pursuant to the visitation guidel’ihes is

the’Maricopa _- County Don‘testic Relations Handbook; Requiring,.Respondent and for; child“suPPOI-it.consistent with the Axizoua”5Child ‘

Guidelines and ‘A’.R~.S.~_§25-320. A Wage Assignmentflfor such:~

4should issue.

4. Requiring Respondent to pay for and

and dental insurance for the minor children and that , , “‘s‘hOUTd”paY*One Hundred Percent (moir’af ‘ Vdental expenses for the minor children.

5. Ordering the parties to file joint federal and income tax returns_for the year of 199‘ and they Ibflfili”“§ ,equally in the ..-receipt i of any refund. and the

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‘ County of Maricopa I,;. ’SUSANH’. SELL, Petitioner in the foregoing glha-ve read the foregoing r-Petition for Dissolution of Herring. ml kntwthev matters set: forth therein to be true to bolt (l _khew1edge,-ex¢ept those matters alleged upon information “V V I “7: ,Ia’ncri, as to such matters, they are believed ta be

4 DATED this m day of February, 1995. ‘

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Ronald Sell vs Sandee Sell Maricopa Family Court

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA

IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF HARICOPA

In re the marriage of ) – -‘ ) DR2000-092975 RONALD J. SELL, ) no, ) Petitioner. ) PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION ) OF MARRIAGE and ) ) SANDER BERRY SELL, ) ) Respondent; )

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COMES NOW the Petitioner, RONALD J. SELL, by and through his undersigned counsel, and for his Petition for Dissolution of Marriage herein states and alleges as follows:

I That Petitioner’s name is RONALD J. SELL; he is presently forty-three (43) years of age, being born on July 30, 1956; he is presently employed as a physician; he has been domiciled within the State of Arizona for more than ninety (90) days prior to the commencement of this action.

Petitioner’s residence address is 4280 West Dublin Street,

Chandler, Arizona 85226.John R. Zarzynski 1811 5. Alma School Road, Suite 225 Mesa. Arizona 85210 (480) 345-8404

 

II Respondent’s name is SANDEE BERRY SELL; she is presently fifty (50) years of age, being born on December 16, 1949; she is employed as a census worker/craft maker and she has been domiciled within the State of Arizona for more than

ninety (90) days prior to the filing of the Petition for

Dissolution of Marriage herein. Respondent’s residence

address is 4280 West Dublin Street, Chandler, Arizona 85226. III The parties were married on or about June 19, 1999 in Mesa, Arizona. IV That the marriage of the parties is irretrievably

broken and that there is no reasonable prospect of

reconciliation. The conciliation provisions of A.R.S. 525—

381.09 either do not apply or have been met.

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There are no minor children common to the parties of the marriage and Petitioner/Wife is not now pregnant. VI The parties entered into a written Prenuptial Agreement, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit A. Said Prenuptial Agreement meets the general qualifications of

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responsibilities of the parties in the event of a dissolution

of marriage.

VII That during coverture, to the extent that the parties have acquired certain joint, common or community property and incurred certain debts and obligations, this

Court should divide them equitably. VIII

Neither party is entitled to an award of spousal

maintenance.

WHEREFORE, the Petitioner/Husband requests the

following relief:

1. That the Court enter a Decree of Dissolution of Marriage and restore each of the parties to the status of

single persons.

2. That neither party be ordered to pay spousal

maintenance.

3. That the separate property of the parties as

defined by law and pursuant to their Prenuptial Agreement be

confirmed to each of them.

4. That to the extent that the parties have acquired joint, common or community property and obligations,

that said property and obligations should be divided equitably

between them.John R. Zarzynski 1811 S. Alma School Road, Suite 225

Mesa, Arizona 85210 (480) 345-8404

 

5. For such other and further relief as the Court

deems just and proper under the circumstances.

DATED this 1t) day of

LAW OFFICES OF JOHN R.

, 2000.

ZARZYNSKI

Joh R. Zarzy Attorney for PetitionerJohn R. Zarzynski

1811 5. Alma School Road,

Suite 225

Mesa, Arizona 85210 (480) 345-8404

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RONALD J. SELL, being first duly sworn, upon his

oath deposes and says:

1. That he is the Petitioner in the above matter;

2. That he has read the foregoing Petition for

Dissolution of Marriage and knows the contents thereof,

and

that the matters and things stated therein are true to t e

best of his knowledge, information and belief.

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Margaret Floyd vs Larry Tamburro

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. Elliot Grysen . RYSEN & ASSOCIATES 06 River Street grin Lake, MI 49456 16 7~2121 616 847—6208 Sfacsimile) tate Bar No. 0 1871 ounsel for Plaintiff

aren Tobler Hanson OBLER 8: ASSOCIATES ‘

201 S. Alma School Road, Suite 8550 esa, Arizona 85210

tate Bar No. 021361

o—Counsel for Plaintiff

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA

ARGARET FLOYD, individually and n begialf ($3111 E’fitfiolr IljézJIlIelfJiciaries of ece ent . ’ ’ CV 2 0 0 9 – ’ Plaintiff, D I 0 0

No. CV—2009~

g/Iort, Non-Motor Vehicle; ARRY S. TAMBURRO, MD. 8: ‘ edical Negligence) ANE DOE TAMBURRO, Husband & Wife; AST VALLEY FAMILY PHYSICIANS, PLC; AI-IMOOD SHAHLAPOUR, MD. & AN E DOE SHAHLAPOUR, Husband & Wife SSOCIATED INTERNISTS OF WATUKEE, P.C.;

nd JOHN AND ANE DOES I-V; i COMPLAINT nd BLACK AN WHITE CORPS.I—V; ,-.

nd GREY PARTNERSHIPS I-V, Defendants.

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Plaintiff, for hef cause of actionagainst the above named and fictitiously designated

efendants, alleges as follows:\OOOQChw-bwtx)

1.

Margaret Floyd, individually and on behalf of the statutory beneficiaries of ecedent, William Floyd (“Plaintiff”) is a resident of Phoenix, Arizona. Defendants Larry . Tamburro, MD. and Jane Doe Tamburro, Husband and Wife, (“Defendants Tamburro”); ast Valley Family Physicians, P.L.C. (l’Defendant East Valley”); Defendants Mahmood R. hahlapour and Jane Doe Shahlapour (“Defendants Shahlapour”); and Associated nternists of Ahwatukee, RC. (“Defendant Associated Internists”) all practice or provide

edical care and services in the State of Arizona in the County of Maricopa, and on

nformation and belief Defendants are residents of Maricopa County, Arizona. Plaintiff

rings this action pursuant to the Arizona Medical Malpractice Act, A.R.S. 12-561 et. seq. II.

The events which are subject to this litigation occurred in Maricopa County, rizona.

III.

The true names of John and Jane Does I-V, Black and White Corporations I-V, and rey Partnerships I-V are presently unknown to Plaintiff and, therefore, they are esignated by use of fictitious names and capacities. Plaintiff is informed and believes and herefore alleges that each Defendant so designated may be legally responsible in some

anner for the events referred to herein and proximately caused damage to Plaintiff. If Iaintiff at a later time discover the identities of these fictitiously named parties, Plaintiff ill at that time seek leave of the Court to amend this Complaint and name the presently ‘ctitiously-named Defendants and more fully describe their conduct which has contributed

o damages sustained by Plaintiff.

IV. That each of the individually named Defendants were at all times acting for the

enefit of their marital community.V.

At all times pertinent hereto, each of the individually named Defendants acted as

he agent, ostensible agent, and / or servant of every other named Defendant.

VI.

At all times mentioned herein, Defendant Tamburro was functioning as a physician icensed to practice medicine within the State of Arizona and held himself out to Decedent,

illiam Floyd and to the public as qualified and skilled in family medicine and licensed

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nder the laws of the State of Arizona. And, at all times pertinent hereto and for years 10 11 12 13 l4 15 16 17 1 8 19 20 21 22

ast, Defendant Tamburro engaged in the practice of family medicine where persons equiring care and treatment are given such for a consideration. And, at all times pertinent ereto, Defendant Tamburro represented and held himself out to the public, and in articular Decedent Floyd, as a qualified physician educated and prepared to receive the ublic, and in particular Decedent Floyd for his general and family practice care, diagnosis, nd treatment.

VII.

At all times mentioned herein, Defendant Shahlapour was functioning as a hysician licensed to practice medicine within the State of Arizona and held himself out o Decedent, William Floyd and to the public as qualified and skilled in internal medicine nd licensed under the laws of the State of Arizona. And, at all times pertinent hereto and

or years past, Defendant Shahlapourj engaged in the practice of internal medicine where

23 ersons requiring such care and treatment are given such for a consideration. And, at all 24 “mes pertinent hereto, Defendant Shahlapour represented and held himself out to the 25 ublic, and in particular Decedent Floyd, as a qualified physician educated and prepared

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0 receive the public, and in particular Decedent Floyd for his internal medicine care,

iagnosis, and treatment.VIII.

Jane Doe Tamburro and Jane Doe Shahlapour , upon information and belief, are the pouses of Defendants Tamburro and Shahlapour, and are named as a party herein because hey benefitted financially from the professional earnings of their spouse, whereby the

ommunity property of such husband and wife were augmented.

IX.

At all times mentioned herein, Defendant East Valley is an Arizona corporation

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hich provides medical and family care and services in Maricopa County, Arizona, or the 10 I l 1 ‘ 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 ‘ 20 21 22 23 24

urrounding area, and employs, controls, or otherwise is related to Defendant Tamburro,

At all times mentioned herein, Defendant Associated Internists is an Arizona orporation which provides internal medicine physicians, nurses, and medical staff in

aricopa County, Arizona, or the surrounding area, and employs, controls, or otherwise

XI. All Defendants named herein, either individually, or by and through their duly

uthorized agents, servants, and / or employees, had the duty to provide to Decedent Floyd

25 ith competent and qualified medical care, and to properly diagnose, treat, render 26 ompetent advice and assistance, monitor, test, and render the same in accordance with the 27 edical standards of care. Plaintiff relied upon Defendants covenant to so render 28 ompetent care. All named Defendants breached this duty.

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XII. This matter exceeds the jurisdictional limit of this Court and Plaintiff will at the

ppropriate time, and in the proper form, request a trial by jury of all applicable issues.

XIII.

Beginning with care received back as early as 2004 and a diagnosis of colon cancer

‘n 2008, for a consideration which Plaintiff would pay and was required to pay, these efendants undertook to furnish medical and nursing care, attention, counsel, diagnosis, esting, screening, management, treatment, and supervision for Decedent Floyd. Plaintiff elied upon these Defendants as specialists in their designated field, and as such the elationship of patient and physician and/ or patient and nurse, and/ or patient and edical staff was thereby created, all within the setting of Defendants East Valley and ssociated Internists and under the direct supervision of Defendants Tamburro and

hahlapour.

XIV.

Beginning as early as 2004, for a fee paid, Defendants recommended, managed, iagnosed, tested, interpreted, and provided medical care and treatment to Decedent Floyd

ith substantial financial reward to these Defendants. Plaintiff was never informed that this medical diagnosis, management, testing, nterpretation, care and treatment by: these Defendants could result in the complications nd death of William Floyd. These Defendants negligence has caused the death of William loyd and has caused Plaintiff to suffer economic damages as well as non-economic

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‘ XV.

These Defendants took on the care and treatment William Floyd and were thereby esponsible to work up, advise, counsel, obtain informed consent, evaluate, monitor, iagnose, test, and properly treat Decedent Floyd for his symptoms and medical

onditions. The advice, counsel, obtaining of informed consent, evaluation, monitor, iagnosis, testing, care and treatment of these Defendants fell below the applicable tandard of care, and that as a direct and proximate result of these respective Defendants,

‘ ach and every one, falling below the applicable standard of care, Decedent Floyd suffered

a nd died under their care.

XVI.

As a further direct and proximate result of the negligence of Defendants actions both ndividually and jointly, the Plaintiff has suffered monetary damages including special – amages and costs directly associated ‘with the death of Decedent Floyd. Special damages Include all additional medical expenses incurred by the Plaintiff as a result of Defendants’

I egligent diagnosis, care and treatment.

XVII. The actions as described above, constitute negligence in failing to provide proper ounseling, testing, monitoring, work up, evaluation, diagnosis, nursing, and treatment by

hese Defendants, which would have resulted in cement by Decedent Floyd.

XVIII. As a result of the Defendants actions, Plaintiff is entitled to an award of ordinary

a nd special damages in this action based upon Defendants lack of informed consent.l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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At the time of the events set forth above, these Defendants pursued a medical iagnosis, care and treatment which resulted in conduct that was outrageous, negligent, eprehensible and in conscious disregard for Decedent Floyd’s safety and welfare, causing- ’ suffering and eventual death under their care. Defendants’ course of conduct was so nreasonable and merely for the financial benefit of each and every Defendant, and such ourse of conduct was so malicious, wilful, wanton, reckless and / or grossly negligent as o warrant the imposition of punitive damages to punish Defendants and to deter such ehavior in the future. These Defendants behavior, each and every one, included

onsciously placing Decadent Floyd’s health at substantial risk of harm resulting in his

eath.

WHEREFORE, Plaintiff prays for the following judgment or relief against

efendants, jointly, separately and their marital communities, as follows:

1. For an award of general damages in an amount sufficient to fairly compensate Plaintiff, in, an amount not presently ascertained, but in excess of the jurisdiction amount of this Court, consistent with proof in this action;

2. For the reasonable value of special damages including medical expenses incurred to date and to be incurred in the future, in an amount not presently ascertained, but in excess of the jurisdictional limits of this Court, consistent with the proof in this action, together with prejudgment interest thereon;

3. For an award of punitive damages in an amount to be proved at trial herein under the respective legal theories outlined above;

4. For Plaintiff’s costs incurred as a result of Defendants negligent and

imprudent care and treatment, together with prejudgment interest thereon;For Plaintiff’s costs incurred as a result of the injuries; For Plaintiff’s taxable costs in bringing this action;

For such additional damages as this Court deems a – ropriate;

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For such other and further relief WhiC o

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Donna Desantis vs John Lagos Maricopa Family Court

donna_desantis_vs_john_lagos

t ‘ FILED BY ’- Name of Person Filing: Donna M. DeSantis ‘

In this case I am: lZl Petitioner [3 Respondent ~ “mew, In this case I am: E Representing Myself (No Attorney), or M‘Cfigg tagmmmc» If Represented by Attorney: Attorney Bar Number: mBH-fi‘fipogfit be My Address: (if not protected) 11132 E. Villa Park Street ‘ _ _ 7 0’” City, State, Zip Code: Chandler Arizona 1 ‘ . .. ‘ Telephone Numbers: (480) 782-5551 3 OCT ‘8 PHD I”: 35 U’ SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARICOPA COUNTY PAID

DONNA M. DESANTIS Case Number: ft; 2 O I 3 – U 9 4 5 2 5,

Petitioner ATLAS Number: (if applicable) JOHN M!CHAEL LAGOS PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF A Respondent NON-COVENANT MARRIAGE (DIVORCE)

WITH MINOR CHILDREN STATEMENTS TO THE COURT, UNDER OATH OR AFFIRMATION:

1. INFORMATION ABOUT ME, THE PETITIONER:

Name: Donna M. DeSantis Address: 11132 East Villa Park Street, Chandler, Arizona 85248 Date of Birth: July 24, 1955

Job Title: Physician l have lived in Arizona for 21 years andlor months

2. INFORMATION ABOUT THE RESPONDENT:

Name: John Michael Lagos Address: 11132 East Villa Park Street, Chandler, Arizona 85248

Date of Birth: June 12, 1959

Job Title: Proiect Manager Respondent has lived in Arizona for 21 years and/or __ months

3. INFORMATION ABOUT, MY THE MARRIAGE:

Date of Marriage: Au ust 2 1986 City and state, or country where we were married: East Lansdowne, Pennsylvania

The following statements MUST BE TRUE for you to use this document and to qualify for divorce in Arizona AND you must check the boxes to indicate that the statements are true or your case may not proceed.

EWe do not have a covenant marriage (if not sure, refer to the lNSTRUCTIONS for information). Our marriage is broken beyond repair (“irretrievably broken’) and there is no hope of reconciliation.

We have tried to resolve our problems through Conciliation Services or going to Conciliation Services would not work.

This court has jurisdiction to determine physical custody and authority for legal decision- making (legal custody) over our minor child(ren) common to the parties because the minor child(ren) haslhave lived with Petitioner or Respondent in Arizona for at least the past 6 months.

4. 90 DAY REQUIREMENT: (This statement MUST be true before you can file for divorce in Arizona). I OR [:I my spouse have lived, in Arizona or have been stationed in Arizona while a member of the Armed Forces, for at least 90 days before I filed this action

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: (if you intend to ask for joint iega/ decision making authority (faint custody), there must have been no significant domestic violence in your marriage. A.R.S. 25—40303.

Check the box to make a true statement): Significant domestic violence, [:1 has OR E has not occurred during this marriage.

The parties agree address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

CHILDREN OF THE PARTIES WHO ARE LESS THAN 18 YEARS OLD:

Listed below are children still under the age of 18 born to or adopted by my spouse and me during our marriage, or where indicated, born before. Husband is the father of the children listed below.

Child’s Name: Jessica Taylor Lagos

Birthdate: November 1 1996 El Born prior to marriage Address: 11132 E. Villa Park Street, Chandler, AZ 85248

Length of Time at Address: 2 years

Child’s Name: Michael John Lagos

Birthdate: June 1 1999 El Born prior to marriage

Address: 11132 E. Villa Park Street, Chandler, AZ 85248 Length of Time at Address: 2 years

Child’s Name:

Birthdate: Cl Born prior to marriage

Address: Length of Time at Address:

Child‘s Name:

C] Born prior to marriage

Birthdate: . ._____.._______——

Address: Length of Time at Address:

PREGNANCY and PATERNITY: (Check one box)

>14 Wife is not pregnant, OR

B Wife is pregnant.

The baby is due on (date), (and, check one box below): I] The Petitioner and Respondent are the parents of the child, OR [Z] Husband is not the parent of the child, OR

E The Petitioner and Respondent are the parents of the child, OR

[3 Petitioner is not the parent of the child, 0R.

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I: Respondent is not the parent of the child.

[3 A minor child or minor children were born before the marriage. The husband is the father of that minor childlthose minor children named below. 7 7

COMMUNITY PROPERTY. (Check one box)

I] My spouse and I did not acquire any community property during the marriage, OR [:1 My spouse and I acquired community property during the marriage, and we should divide it as follows:

Petitioner Respondent Value

[3 Real Estate IOCated [:l [I

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

E] Household furniture and appliances: Petitioner Respondent Value [I [II $____ El E1 $____

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

B Household furnishings: Petitioner Respondent Value 13 E] $.— D E] $— 12! D $______

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

I] Other items: Petitioner Respondent Value El El 35—…— D D $___.__ El E] $___

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

I] Pensionlretirement fundlprofit sharinglstock planl401 K: (See Attachment)

Petitioner Respondent Value D II! $____ [3 E] s D E] $_______

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

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El Motor vehicles: Petitioner Respondent Value Make: Year: __ E) CI 3 Model: El D VIN:

Lien Holder:

The parties agree to address division vehicles in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

SEPARATE PROPERTY: (Check all boxes that apply.)

I do not have any property that I brought into the marriage or separate property.

My spouse, the Respondent does not have any property that he or she brought into the marriage or separate property.

I have property that brought into the marriage or I have separate property. i want this property awarded to me as described below. .

My spouse, the Respondent, has property that he or she brought into the marriage or has separate property. I want this property awarded to my spouse as described below.

DUDE

Separate Property: (On the next page. list the property and the value of the property, and check the box to tell the court who should get the property.)

Description of Separate Property Petitioner Respondent Value III I] s EI III $—

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree Dissolution of Marriage.

COMMUNITY DEBTS: (check one box)

E] My spouse and I did not incur community debts during the marriage, OR [3 We should divide the responsibility for the debts incurred during the marriage as follows:

DESCRIPTION OF DEBT Petitioner Respondent Amount Owed E] E] $ El E] $.— EI III $

SEPARATE DEBTS: (check all boxes that appiy.) E] My spouse and I do not have any debts that were incurred prior to the marriage or separate debt; [I i have separate debt or debt that I incurred prior to the marriage which should be paid by

me as described below; [I My spouse has separate debt or debt that he or she incurred prior to the marriage that should be paid by my spouse as described below.

Petitioner Respondent

CI El ‘—

The parties agree to address debts in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage

TAX RETURNS: (check this box if this is what you want). C] After the judge or commissioner signs the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce), we

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will. subject to IRS Rules and Regulations, pay federal and state taxes as follows: For previous years (the years we were married, not including the year the Decree was signed), the parties will file joint federal and state income tax returns. in addition, for previous calendar years, both parties will pay, and hold the harmlessfrom 1/z of all additional income taxes if any and other costs and each will share equally in any refunds. For the calendar year (the year that the Decree is signed) and all future calendar years, each party will, subject to IRS Rules and Regulations. file separate federal and state income tax returns. Each party will give the other party all necessary documentation to do so.

The parties agree to address tax returns in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated

Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

11. SPOUSAL MAINTENANCEISUPPORT (ALIMONY) (check the box that applies to you): El Neither party is entitled to spousal maintenancelsupport (alimony), 0R

E] Petitioner OR [:1 Respondent is entitled to spousal maintenanceisupport because: (Check one or more of the box(es) below that apply. At least one reason must apply to get spousal maintenancelsupport.)

Person lacks sufiicient property to provide for his/her reasonable needs.

Person is unable to support himself/herself through appropriate employment.

Person is the custodian of a child(ren) whose age or condition is such that the person should not be required to seek employment outside the home.

Person lacks the learning ability in the labor market adequate to support himself/herself; and ‘

D Person contributed to the educational opportunities of the other spouse or has a marriage of long duration and is now of an age that precludes the possibility of gaining

employment adequate to support himself/herself. The parties agree to address spousal maintenance in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated

Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

El EDD

12. WRITTEN AGREEMENT: (Check box only if true.)

D My spouse and l have a written agreement signed by both of us about the maintenance of a spouse. division of property/debt, where the children will live. authority for legal decision- making concerning the children (legal custody). parenting time and child support; and

[j l have attached a copy of the written agreement. The parties are in the process of mediating will submit a written agreement that will be attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

REQUESTS TO THE COURT:

A. DISSOLUTION (DIVORCE):

Dissolve our marriage and return each party to the status of single person;

RESTORE NAME:

I took the name of my spouse at the time of marriage and I want to restore my last name to the

name I used before this marriage or to my maiden name. My comglete married name is:

i want my name restored to: (List complete maiden name or legal name before the marriage):

m

WARNING: If you are not the person who is requesting to have your form name restored. the court must have a written request from the party who wants his or her name restored to change the name.

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8. PATERNITY and MINOR CHILD(REN)’S NAMES: Declare the husband to be the father of the following named minor child(ren) born before marriage and (optional) change the legal name of those minor children to be the name listed on the right below.

Current Legal Name (OPTIONAL) Change the name of the child to:

New Name _I_ —I— —I—

C. PRIMARY RESIDENTIAL PARENT, PARENTING TIME, AND AUTHORITY FOR LEGAL DECISION MAKING (CUSTODY):

The parties agree to address all legal decision making (custody) and parenting time issues in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to

the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

Declare which parent shall be “Primary Residential Parent” for each minor child as follows:

E] Declare Mother as primary residential parent for the following named children:

C] Declare Father as primary residential parent for the following named children:

Subject to parenting time, as follows:

C.1 . PARENTING TIME: Award parenting time as follows: E] Reasonable Parenting time rights to the non-primary residential parent, OR

I] Supervised parenting time between the children and I] Mother OR I] Father OR

[I a No parenting time rights to D Mother OR [3 Father.

Supervised or no parenting time is in the best interests of the childtren) becausez”

[j Explanation continues on attached pages made a part of this document by reference.

a. Name this person to supervise: b. Restrict parenting as follows

c. Order cost of supervised parenting time (if applicable) to be paid by: 1:] Mother El Father, OR 1:! Shared equatly by the parties.

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AUTHORITY FOR LEGAL DECISION MAKING (CUSTODY): Award legal authority to make decisions concerning the child(ren) as follows:

El AWARD SOLE AUTHORITY FOR LEGAL DECISION-MAKING to: D Mother D Father

0R E AWARD JOINT AUTHORITY FOR LEGAL DECISION-MAKING to BOTH PARENTS

Mother AND Father agree to act as joint legal decision makers concerning the minor child(ren) and will submit a Parenting Plan and Joint Legal Decision Making Agreement signed by both parties. (For the court to order “joint legal decision making, there must have been no “significant” domestic violence according to Arizona law. A.R.S. § 25—40303)

CHILD SUPPORT: Order that child support will be paid by: D Petitioner OR D Respondent in a reasonable amount as determined by the court under Arizona Child Support Guidelines. Support payments will begin on the first day of the first of the entry of the divorce decree. These payments. and a fee for handling, will be paid through the Support Payment Clearinghouse and collected by automatic Income Withholding Order.

MEDICAL, DENTAL, VISION CARE FOR MINOR CHILDREN: Order that

D Mother is responsible for providing: D medical D dental D vision care insurance. D Father is responsible for providing: D medical D dental D vision care insurance.

Petitioner and Respondent will pay for all reaSOnabIe unreimbursed medical, dental, and health- related expenses incurred for the child(ren) in proportion to their respective incomes.

TAX EXEMPTION: The parties will claim the children as income tax dependency exemption on federal and state income tax returns as follows:

Parent entitled to claim Name of child in Tax Year: D M III F D M Cl F D M D F El M El F

D Pattern shall repeat for subsequent years.

SPOUSAL MAINTENATNCE (ALIMONY): D Order spousal support to be paid by D Wife, or D Husband in the amount of per month beginning with the first day of the month after the Judicial Officer signed the Decree and continuing until the person receiving spousal maintenance remarries or either party is deceased, or for a period of months. These payments, and a fee for handling, wilt be paid through the Support Payment Clearinghouse.

COMMUNITY PROPERTY: Make a fair division of all community property.

COMMUNITY DEBTS: Order each party to pay community debts as requested in the Petition, and to pay any other community debts unknown to the other party. Order each party to pay and hold the other party harmless from debts incurred by himlher since the parties separation on

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or the date the Respondent was served with the Petition for Dissolution.

J. SEPARATE PROPERTY: Award each party hisfher separate property and make each party pay his/her own separate debt; ‘ ‘

The parties agree to address all spousal maintenance, property and debt issues in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and

attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

K. OTHER ORDERS I AM REQUESTING (Explain request here):

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OATH OR AFFIRMATION OR VERIFICATION

I swear or affirm that the information on this document are true and correct under penalty of perjury.

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Signature Date Sworn to or affinned before me this: C I; i: Q . 9-0 B by e I0l . Tl

Printed Name

Seal/My Commission Expires: Deputi rglerk or Notary guélc I i

OFFICIAL SEAL PAMELA J.TIRPAK Notary Public – Arizona ‘ ‘ « MARICOPA COUNTY ‘ My Commission Expires JANUARY 31. 2016

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Patterson vs East Valley Medical Group

patterson_vs_east_valley

i PATTERSON,

vs.

CATHOLIC HEALTHCARE WEST = ARIZONA, an Arimna corporation, dba 5 CHANDLER REGIONAL HOSPITAL 1 ‘ (fka EAST VALLEY REGIONAL ; HEALTH SYSTEM, dba CHANDLER

’ HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATES, LTD,

i 13.0., dba CHANDLER SURGERY : CENTER ASSOCIATES; WWI-ER.

, EAST VALLEY OFFICE ASSOCIATES, 1 a partnership; EAST VALLEY MEDICAL OFFICE ASSOCIATES II, a

OFFICE ASSOCIATION, a partnership;

‘» L. EASTON, DD. and JOHN DOE

LAW OFFICES

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PARK WHOM m 101 831 EAST cm POST OFFICE BOX 13388 PHOENIX. “EDNA anon-sun (cm 371-3544 FAX (502) m WBWOWHLWA’IT-HET

Frank 1. Powers (Bar No. 013369)

‘ Attorneys for Plaintifl’

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IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA

IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA I

RUSSELL FAT-mason, mm spouse ) ofGLORIA PATTERSON, deceased, ) and on behalfof JOSEPH )

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REGIONAL HOSPITAL); WOMEN’S

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MEDICAL ASSOCIATES, a parma’sbip;

partnership; EAST VALLEY MEDICAL

H. C. WATI‘ERS, 13.0., and JANE DOE WATTERS, husband and wife; DIANE

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~ Afizona limited liability corporation; –

VICTOR BONELA, MD, dba CARDIAC ) INSTITUTE GENERAL PARTNERSHIP; ) CHANDLER DIAGNOSTIC m

a Wship; VICTOR R BONHLA, MD. and JANE DOE BONBLA,

husband and wife; BRUCE EICH, MD. and JANE DOE EICH,

husband and wife; OLE-GEORG TDRIUSEN, MD. and JANE DOE TORJUSEN, 1111is and wife;

BONNIE HARE, NP. and JOHN DOE HARE, wife and husband; MARY MAUDE WYER, NP. and JOHN DOE mm wife and husband; MARY MARGARET WYEK RN. and JOHN ROE MEYER, wife and husband; LINDA YESS, GNP. and JOHN DOE YESS, wife and lmsband; JOHN and JANE DOES I-V; BLACK

and WHITE CORPORATIONS I—V,

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Defendants.

PlaintiffRussell Patterson, through counsel, for his claim against the Defendants,

alleges as follows:

I.

The Parties at all times relevant hereto were residents of andior doing business in

Maficopa County, State of An’zona.

All events complained of owned within Malicopa County, Arizona

11.III.

Plainfifi’Russell Patterson is the surviving spouse of Gloria Patterson, now He brings this claim on behalf of himself individually, as well as Ioseph Patterson and Lawrence Brown, surviving natural adult children of Gloria Patterson.

IV.

Defiandant Catholic Healthcare West Arizona, an Arizona corporation, dba Chandler Regional Hospital (formerly known as East Valley Regional Health System dba Chandler Regional Hospital) is a foreign corporation authorized to conduct business within the State of Arizona, with aprincipal place ofbusiness and/or agents andlor property within Mmicopa County, Arizona. Said Defendant is authorized to engage in the business of providing health care and medical services to memba’s ofthe public, and said Defendant and its employees and agents provided services to Gloria Patterson, deceased.

V.

Defendant Women ’s Health Care Associates, Ltd is an Anmna commotion organized and ezdslingunderthelaws ofthe State ofArizona, withitsprinoipalplamofbusiness andior agents andfor property within Maficopa County, Arizona. Said Defendant is authorized to engage in the husinessofprovldinghwlthcareandmedical servicestomembers ofthe public, and saidDefendant and its elnployees and agents provided services to Gloria Patterson, deceased.

V’L

Defendant Chandler Surgery Center Associates is a registered fictitious name for H. C. Wetters, D.O., organized and existing under the laws of the State of Arizona, with its principal place of business and/or agents andlor property within Marieopa County, Said Defendant

ismflrofizedtoengageinthebusinessofprovidinghealthcareandmedionl sewicestomembersof

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the public, and said Defendant and its employees and agents provided services to Gloria Patterson, deceased? VII.

Defmdant Warner Medical Associates is a partnership organized and under the laws of the State of Arizona, with its principal place of business and/bf agents and/or property within Maficopa County, Arizona. Said Defendant is authorized to engage in the business of providing health care and medical services to members of the public, and said Defendant and its employees and agents provided services to Gloria Patterson, deceased.

VIII.

Defendant East Valley Ofiice Associates is a partnership organized and existing under the laws of the State of Arizona, with its principal place of business and/or agents and/or property within Mp3 County, Arizona. Said Defendant is authorized to engage in the business ofprovidinghealthcare andmedical servicesto membersofthe public, and saidDefendarnandits employees and agents provided services to Gloria Patterson, deceased.

IX

Defendant East Valley Medical Office Associates II, is a permership organized and existing under the laws of the State of Arizona, with its principal place of business and/or agents andfor property within Maficopa County, Arizona. Said Defendant is authorized to engage in the business ofproviding health care and medical services to members ofthe public, and said Defendant and its employees and agents provided services to Gioria Patterson, deceased.

I X. Defendant East Valley Medical Ofice Association is a partnership organized and

existingunderthelawsofflieStateofArizona,withitspfincipalpiaoeofbusinessand/oragem

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Thomas Hopkins vs Susan Hopkins – Maricopa Family Court

thomas_hopkins_vs_susan_hopkins

‘ 1 MICHAEL K. We Clerk of the Superior Court

Name of Person Filing: Thomas Garrett Hopkins . – . In this case I am: petitioner [3 Respondent BY Sl’iEfla mush. Dearly

in this case I am: El Representing Myself (No Attorneyfisgiw? 93/ 1412614 T159 1455313‘

If Represented by Attorney: Attorney Bar Number: #:1331011 mm My Address: (if not protected) 4035 E. Summeri’iaweor;r4 f“ D N 3935“ me‘oonafi

City. State, Zip Code: Phoenix Arizona 85

Telephone Numbers: i480) 404-6489 _ m muff 338“

SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA IN MARieditAitiggbfiigg33.3%,l2 3“”

FN2014—001i86

THOMAS GARRETT HOPKINS Case Number: Petitioner ATLAS Number: (if‘ applicable) SUSAN D. HOPKINS PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF A Respondent NON—COVENANT MARRIAGE (DIVORCE) WITHOUT CHILDREN

STATEMENTS TO THE COURT, UNDER OATH OR AFFIRMATION:

1. INFORMATION ABOUT ME, THE PETITIONER:

Name: Thomas Garrett Hopkins Address: 4035 E. Summerhaven Phoenix AZ 85044

Date of Birth: November 28 1961

Job Title: Physician ‘ _ _____z_________——— I have lived in Arizona for 27 years and 1 month

2. INFORMATION ABOUT THE RESPONDENT:

Name: Susan D. Hopkins Address: 4102 E. Goldfinch Gate Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85044 ’

Date of Birth: January 28I 1959 .__ _______ _ ._ .__ Job Title: Clinical Pharmacist

Respondent has lived in Arizona for 31 years andfor _ months

3. INFORMATION ABOUT, MY THE MARRIAGE:

Date of Marriage: May 16, 1987 City and state, or country where we were married: Rancho Santa Fe CA

The following statements MUST BE TRUE for you to use this document and to qualify for divorce in Arizona AND you must check the boxes to indicate that the statements are true or your case may not proceed. We do not have a covenant marriage (if not sure, refer to the INSTRUCTIONS for information).

Our marriage is broken beyond repair (“irretrievably broken”) and there is no hope of reconciliation.

We have tried to resolve our problems through Conciliation Services or going to Conciliation Services would not work. ‘

4. 90 DAY REQUIREMENT: (This statement MUST be true before you can file for divorce in Arizona). IX“ OR B my spouse have lived, in Arizona or have been stationed in Arizona while a member of the Armed Forces, for at least 90 days before I filed this action

OSuperior Court of Arizona in Mal-ice c my .- ALL RIGHTS RESERVED pa w page 1 of 6 ‘QQ‘RDCfif 011013 a

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: (if you intend to ask for joint legal decision making authority coin: custody), there must have been no significant domestic violence in your marriage. ARS. 25403.03. Check the box to make a true statement): w , ,

Significant domestic violence [:1 has OR 12 has not occurred during this marriage.

PREGNANCY: (Check one box)

EX] Wife is not pregnant,

COMMUNITY PROPERTY. (Check one box) – D My spouse and I did not acquire any community property during the marriage, OR >14 My spouse and I acquired community property during the marriage, and we should divide it as follows: – Petitioner Respondent Value

[I Real Estate located . El [:1 $___.__

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

E] Household furniture and appliances: Petitioner Respondent Value El El 5_ El III $___

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

[3 Household furnishings: Petitioner Respondent Value El El $___ D E] $__ El Cl $___

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settiement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

[3 Other items: Petitioner Respondent Value ‘ E] El $___ El Cl $____ El Cl $_____

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

El Pensionlretirement fundlprofit sharinglstock planl401 K:

Petitioner Respondent Value El El $___ El El 3

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El D $___

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

D Motor vehicles: Petitioner Respondent Value Make: Year: I] E] 3 Model: I] [:1 VIN: Lien Holder:

The parties agree to address division vehicles in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

SEPARATE PROPERTY: (Check all hexes that apply.)

I do not have any property that I brought into the marriage or separate property.

My spouse, the Respondent does not have any property that he or she brought into the marriage or separate property.

l have property that brought into the marriage or I have separate property. I want this property awarded to me as described below.

My spouse, the Respondent, has property that he or she brought into the marriage or has separate property. I want this property awarded to my spouse as described below.

DUDE

Separate Property: (On the next page, list the property and the value of the property, and check the box to tell the court who should get the property.)

Description of Separate Property Petitioner Respondent Value El El $__ El El $___

The parties agree to address division of property in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree Dissolution of Marriage.

COMMUNITY DEBTS: (check one box)

I] My spouse and I did not incur community debts during the marriage, OR C] We should divide the responsibility for the debts incurred during the marriage as follows:

DESCRIPTION OF DEBT Petitioner Respondent Amount Owed El E] $_____ El El $___._ El El $

8.b. SEPARATE DEBTS: (check all boxes that apply.)

E] My spouse and I do not have any debts that were incurred prior to the marriage or separate debt;

[:I l have separate debt or debt that l incurred prior to the marriage which should be paid by me as described below;

D My spouse has separate debt or debt that he or she incurred prior to the marriage that

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should be paid by my spouse as described below.

DESCRIPTION OF DEBT

Petitioner Respondent Amount Owed

El El $ 7

The parties agree to address debts in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage

9. TAX RETURNS: (check this box if this is what you want).

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After the judge or commissioner signs the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce), we will, subject to IRS Rules and Regulations, pay federal and state taxes as follows: For previous years (the years we were married, not including the year the Decree was signed), the parties will file joint federal and state income tax returns. In addition, for previous calendar years, both parties will pay, and hold the harmless from ‘/2 of all additional income taxes if any and other costs and each will share equally in any refunds. For the calendar year (the year that the Decree is signed) and all future calendar years. each party will, subject to IRS Rules and Regulations, file separate federal and state income tax returns. Each party will give the other party all necessary documentation to do so.

The parties agree to address tax returns in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

10. SPOUSAL MAINTENANCEISUPPORT (ALIMONY) (check the box that applies to you):

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Neither party is entitled to spousal maintenance/support (alimony), OR

Petitioner 0R D Respondent is entitled to spousal maintenancelsupport because: (Check one or more of the box(es) beiow that apply. At least one reason must apply to get spousal maintenance/support.)

Person lacks sufiicient property to provide for hisrher reasonable needs.

Person is unable to support himself/herself through appropriate employment.

Person is the custodian of a child(ren) whose age or condition is such that the person should not be required to seek employment outside the home.

Person lacks the learning ability in the labor market adequate to support himself/herself; and

D Person contributed to the educational opportunities of the other spouse or has a marriage of long duration and is now of an age that precludes the possibility of gaining employment adequate to support himself/herseif.

[:1 DEC]

The parties agree to address spousal maintenance in accordance with the Comprehensive Mediated Settlement Agreement, to be signed and attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

11. WRITTEN AGREEMENT: (Check box only if true.)

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My spouse and l have a written agreement signed by both of us about the maintenance of a spouse. division of property/debt, where the children will live, authority for legal decision- making concerning the children (legal custody), parenting time and child support; and

I have attached a copy of the written agreement.

The parties are in the process of mediating will submit a written agreement that will be attached to the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage.

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REQUESTS TO THE COURT:

A.

DISSOLUTION (DIVORCE):

D Dissolve our marriage and return each party to the status of single person;

RESTORE NAME:

I took the name of my spouse at the time of marriage and i want to restore my last name to the

name I used before this marriage or to my maiden name. My complete married name is:

I want my name restored to: (List complete maiden name or legai name before the marriage):

WARNING: If you are not the person who is requesting to have your form name restored, the court must

have a written request from the party who wants his or her name restored to change the name.

SPOUSAL MAINTENATNCE (ALIMONY): I] Order spousal support to be paid by El Wife, or [3 Husband in the amount of per month beginning with the first day of the month after the Judicial Officer signed the Decree and continuing until the person receiving spousal maintenance remarries or either party is deceased, or for a period of months. These payments, and a fee for handling, will be paid through the Support Payment Clearinghouse.

COMMUNITY PROPERTY: Make a fair division of all community property.

COMMUNITY DEBTS: Order each party to pay community debts as requested in the Petition,

and to pay any other community debts unknown to the other party. Order each party to pay and

hold the other party harmless from debts incurred by himlher since the parties separation on or the date the Respondent was served with the Petition for Dissolution.

SEPARATE PROPERTY: Award each party hislher separate property and make each party pay hislher own separate debt. ‘

OTHER ORDERS I AM REQUESTING (Explain request here):

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OATH OR AFFIRMATION OR VERIFICATION

I swear or affirm that the information on this document are true and correct

flax/{Wail .5M‘ 6“ (r Signa ure Date Sworn to or affirmed before me this: ?//;’ by E /‘/512 4,. 71;.

Printed Name

f é % ,2; £4 /é Seal/My Co mission Expi 5: Deputy Clerk or Notary Public

NOTARY PUBLIC STATE OF ARIZOHA

under penalty of perjury.

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