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August 25, 2005 | E. Scott Reckard, Times Staff Writer
Roland E. Arnall's ex-wife may continue to seek documents and testimony from the Ameriquest Mortgage Co. billionaire as she attempts to show that he concealed his true wealth when they divorced seven years ago, a Los Angeles judge ruled Wednesday. Sally Arnall contends that her former husband failed to disclose significant assets during lengthy mediation proceedings after they separated in 1996, and that he pressured her into accepting an inadequate settlement of $11 million and two homes.
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August 25, 2005 | E. Scott Reckard, Times Staff Writer
Roland E. Arnall's ex-wife may continue to seek documents and testimony from the Ameriquest Mortgage Co. billionaire as she attempts to show that he concealed his true wealth when they divorced seven years ago, a Los Angeles judge ruled Wednesday. Sally Arnall contends that her former husband failed to disclose significant assets during lengthy mediation proceedings after they separated in 1996, and that he pressured her into accepting an inadequate settlement of $11 million and two homes.
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August 22, 2005 | E. Scott Reckard, Times Staff Writer
Ameriquest Mortgage Co. founder Roland E. Arnall has plenty of distractions these days -- an investigation of his company by authorities in 30 states, protesters at Ameriquest headquarters in Orange and an expected U.S. Senate confirmation hearing on his nomination to be ambassador to the Netherlands.
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August 7, 2005 | E. Scott Reckard, Times Staff Writer
Those who know Roland E. Arnall describe him as a down-to-earth billionaire, one who is as comfortable pitching in at an animal shelter as he is commanding his business empire. A Jewish refugee who survived the Holocaust as a child in France, Arnall co-founded the Simon Wiesenthal Center and is one of the nation's top political contributors. The holiday bash last year at his 10-acre estate near the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles was attended by Gray Davis and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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