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Scottsdale  John M. Rhude Jr.

John Rhude

Scottsdale, AZ Domestic Violence
Avvo rating 3.3
John Rhude and his staff were very helpful and compassionate. He walked me through the process of my case.... more
Scottsdale  John M. Rhude Jr.

John Rhude

Scottsdale, AZ Domestic Violence
Avvo rating 3.3
Mr. Warner gave me extreme comfort during a very stressful time. He knew how to handle my accident claim... more
Scottsdale  Shane Mark Warner

Shane Warner

Scottsdale, AZ Litigation
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Scottsdale  Michelle J Perkins

Michelle Perkins

Scottsdale, AZ Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
I called John because i was recommended to him by a friend of mine when i ran into a dui problem, from the... more
Scottsdale  John M. Rhude Jr.

John Rhude

Scottsdale, AZ Domestic Violence
Avvo rating 3.3
Lisa was very knowledgeable and attentive. She took the time to explain why she was asking certain questions... more
Scottsdale  Lisa Lynn Monnette

Lisa Monnette

Scottsdale, AZ Family
Avvo rating 5.5
I had an issue with a landlord who was non-responsive to health issues due to a water/mold issue. Mr. Parks... more
Scottsdale  Richard C Parks II

Richard Parks

Scottsdale, AZ Business
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I have known Eddie Pantiliat professionally for about five or six years and hired him this year to consult on... more
Scottsdale  Eddie A Pantiliat

Eddie Pantiliat

Scottsdale, AZ Personal Injury
Avvo rating 1.9

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Scottsdale has a fascinating history, beginning around 800 C.E. when the Hohokam Indians settled the area. Following their mysterious disappearance about 500 years ago, the next major settlement began with the 1888 arrival of US Army Chaplain Winfield Scott, who purchased land in the area and started a farm.

Utilizing some of the canals originally built by the Hohokam, the settlement proved successful. Thanks to Scott's prominent role in the city's founding, it would eventually be named Scottsdale in his honor.