There are Several Forms of Discovery in Divorce and Child Custody
Discovery is written and oral. Written discovery includes interrogatory questions. Written discovery includes requests for the production of documents, requests for disclosures, subpoenas, and requests for admissions. Depositions are also used in discovery.
How Are Discovery Documents and Information Used?
Overall, discovery documents are used to prove your allegations in your case as well as learning the opposing party’s allegations and the theory of why they should win.
What is the Role of the Client in the Discovery Process in Divorce and Child Custody?
Clients are the ones responsible for gathering all the information sought in requests for production of documents. Clients are the ones who must answer the request for admissions. And clients are the ones who are testifying in depositions.
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