AZCentral:  The battle over Rosa Parks' estate has gone on for years.  Now, an attorney, Stephen G. Cohen, is accusing two attorneys and a judge of conspiring to drain the estate's cash.  The lawyers and the judge were involved in a long running civil rights dispute related to the estate.  Cohen alleges that the judge and attorneys racked up over $507,000 in unnecessary legal fees, leaving the estate $88,000 in debt.

When Rosa Parks died in 2005, she left most of her estate to the Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute which Cohen represents.  Parks' relatives challenged her will after her death.