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May 17, 1999 | MIMI AVINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's frustrating, but Robert Nachshin can't help it if people choose the wrong mates, or cheat on them because they're bored, or begin to loathe the spouses they once adored, or lie, trick and obfuscate when all that's at stake is half their net worth and their emotional equilibrium. He only knows he tries to make the best of things for his clients, who come to him for $465 an hour's worth of expertise in how to end a marriage in Southern California.
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May 17, 1999 | MIMI AVINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's frustrating, but Robert Nachshin can't help it if people choose the wrong mates, or cheat on them because they're bored, or begin to loathe the spouses they once adored, or lie, trick and obfuscate when all that's at stake is half their net worth and their emotional equilibrium. He only knows he tries to make the best of things for his clients, who come to him for $465 an hour's worth of expertise in how to end a marriage in Southern California.
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SPORTS
August 23, 1994 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Barry Bonds' lawyer defended a strike-related reduction in the outfielder's spousal and child support payments and said the decision actually grew out of his wife's demand for more money. "This was not something Barry or myself initiated," Robert Nachshin said Monday. It was incorrectly reported in The Times on Sunday that Bonds had asked for the hearing.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1988 | GEORGE RAMOS, Times Staff Writer
Most of a Beverly Hills woman's $20-million estate--contested by her husband, who was cut out of her will just two days before her suicide--will go to a Jewish anti-drug program in Los Angeles and two other charities under a settlement reached Wednesday. Attorneys for the husband, wealthy real estate developer William Weinberg, 59, agreed to the settlement despite the fact that he and their two teen-age children, Marc, 18, and Elizabeth, 17, get no money.
SPORTS
September 3, 1994 | From Staff and Wire Reports
D.A. Weibring opened a two-shot lead Friday in the Greater Milwaukee Open, shooting a five-under 66 on the Brown Deer Park Golf Course. Weibring led with a two-day total of 11-under 131, two better than Loren Roberts, whose 63 Friday was one shot better than the course record by held by tournament executive director Tom Strong. Jay Haas, Bob Estes and Dave Barr also were at 133.
NEWS
August 22, 2000 | MAURA DOLAN, TIMES LEGAL AFFAIRS WRITER
In two decisions that strongly reaffirmed the use of prenuptial agreements, the California Supreme Court on Monday said the pacts can be enforced even if only one of the parties had a lawyer during the signing and even if the pact waived spousal support. The court unanimously upheld the premarital contract between San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds and his ex-wife, the former Sun Branco. The baseball player had two lawyers and a financial advisor during signing.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 2006 | Greg Krikorian, Chuck Philips and Robert Welkos, Times Staff Writers
Private investigator Anthony Pellicano allegedly searched confidential criminal databases for incriminating information on a Hungarian model after she asserted a paternity claim against comedian Chris Rock, court records and interviews show. The disclosure adds the biggest celebrity name thus far to the list of people whom Pellicano purportedly sought to help by intimidating courtroom foes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 2006 | Kim Christensen, Times Staff Writer
In the throes of a rancorous divorce from a now-dead multimillionaire, Jude Green remembers the day five years ago when a sullen stranger confronted her outside a Santa Monica dog groomer where she'd taken her Shih Tzu for a trim. Arms folded, eyes behind dark glasses, he had blocked her car with his and stood nearby, striking a menacing pose without uttering a word. Then he followed her to a nearby coffee shop, again boxing in her vehicle. At the time, Green thought he "was just some jerk."
NEWS
July 22, 1999 | MAURA DOLAN, TIMES LEGAL AFFAIRS WRITER
Agreeing to rule on an appeal filed by Giants baseball star Barry Bonds, the California Supreme Court decided Wednesday to review a lower court decision that could jeopardize thousands of prenuptial agreements across the state. Earlier this year, a Court of Appeal in San Francisco had invalidated a prenuptial agreement between Bonds and his former wife, Susann "Sun" Bonds.
NATIONAL
July 29, 2002 | MARTIN MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Screenwriter Jason Squire is rewriting his script. So is the American investor. For Squire, on the faculty at USC's School of Cinema-Television, the fixes were relatively simple. After a recent week of triple-digit losses for the Dow Jones industrial average, Squire and his writing partner changed a major character in their action-adventure yarn from a hotshot trader to an unemployed victim of corporate America. "In movies you have to reflect the sensibility of the times," Squire said.
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