Abril v. Harris
In Abril v. Harris, 157 Ariz. 78, 754 P.2d 1353 (App. 1987), the court addressed whether an attorney could appeal an award of attorneys' fees personally imposed against him when he was not a party to the trial court proceedings. Abril, 157 Ariz. at 80, 754 P.2d at 1355.
In that case, the court held the attorney was "aggrieved" and could appeal from the judgment affecting him even though he was not a party. Id. at 81, 754 P.2d at 1356.