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Value of Cavalliere estate in north Scottsdale disputed by family members


Efforts to settle the estate of George “Doc” Cavalliere, owner of Reata Pass Steakhouse and Greasewood Flat, stalled in court last week as representatives of his trust and family members disputed the value of the 43-acre property in north Scottsdale.

A court hearing Wednesday was scheduled in hopes of resolving the estate, created upon Cavalliere’s death in 2009. The estate owes more than $1 million in taxes and an estimated $1.5 million to pay off a 2011 loan, as well as other obligations.

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