Monthly Archives: March 2014

John Nazarian, food critic-Good Eats at Hatfield’s

Tweet Everyone who knows me knows that I like to visit high end eateries for interesting grub! Susan Wiesner and I love to visit Madeo, this is one place for the seen and or be seen places in Los Angeles

John Nazarian: Living in the world of “DENIED” and other fun DIVORCE Escapades!

Tweet Here is an interesting decision from the appellate court, my opinion of two litigants, ‘Mom’ & ‘Dad’…..I often ask and I often wonder what makes people in DIVORCE court think they can play games? You would never behave like

John Nazarian is interviewed by his guest this week Deborah Shreffler about Parental Alienation

Tweet Join us at 7 p.m. Sunday, March 30th when Deborah Shreffler interviews Private Investigator John Nazarian (the one in Divorce Corp) for his thoughts on steps target parents can take in the face of parental alienation. If you would

John Nazarian – Getting your day in Court

Tweet I, John J. Nazarian, am famous for lots of things, cooking, collecting and driving very cool cars, great houses, first class travel, custom made alligator boots and pretty well known private investigator with an incredible track record of hitting

John Nazarian: Contempt = Dad’s 2 Prosecution 0

Tweet Is this the season for contempt charges brought against ‘Dads’ by ‘Moms’? How lucky, or unlucky, for some that I was present for the hands down slaughter of prosecuting lawyers in Los Angeles DIVORCE courts??? First I get to

Never ask a Southern grandma an open-ended question in court

Tweet NEVER ASK A SOUTHERN GRANDMA AN OPEN ENDED QUESTION IN COURT. Attorneys should never ask a Southern grandma a question – – if they aren’t prepared for the answer. In a trial, a Southern small-town prosecuting attorney called his

John Nazarian visits Judge Amy Pellman’s court

Tweet Well, not that the Stanley Mosk does not provide some great entertainment for people like me, I decided to toddle over to another place of interest yesterday. My place of desire was the Edmund D. Edelman Children’s Court, 201