This is the first I am seeing of your question. You would not need to answer any questions regarding any documents that were obtained illegally. If someone took them without your permission then that needs to be reported as a theft - information contained in those documents cannot directly be referred to; however, they can garner information from the records to form questions to dig deeper into whatever it is they are investigating. If the only way they could know some or all of the information about you is from those stolen records that information would not be admissible and you can decline to answer such questions - but you would need to show that the stolen records is the only way that information could have been obtained.
You can therefore object to the question and decline to answer - I would suggest if you have not already consulted a local attorney to help you with such a deposition that you might consider that direction
Before we can go any further you need to report your information change to firstname.lastname@example.org I, too, will advise them
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Thank you ~ Michelle
I am here for you - I am going nowhere at this time - in the future you can start your post with FOR MICHELLE or you can request me asCustomer/p>
Dear XXXXX -
I am not able to get transmittals - everything needs to be done via this medium so as not to constitute in any way a client relationship as JA is not advice but suggestions and guidance.
Is this final hearing about custody? Where do the medical records come in?
This is a terrible situation for you and thanks for your patience while I ponder the situation. It is not cut and dry, as I am sure you know
So, the records weren't stolen from your home but taken as evidence based on a search warrant?
And now your wife's parents have your son and trying to say that you are not a fit parent? What is their basis?
And when you tried to state that the grandparents motivation was because you were trying to get your wife help for her RX problem the court said you did not have the evidence to make the claim of retaliation or to support your claim that your wife had an RX problem.
And also, tell me once more what it is exactly that you want to do - just make sure that your son is in your custody - this is, of course, going to depend on why the grandparents are claiming you are unfit
You will need to produce character witnesses, etc. Do you have any visits wth your son at all now? If yes, then you should have photos of your times together to help show how you and your son have bonded, etc. If you son is in school, daycare (how old is he) you can try to get witnesses or character letters supporting your relationship with your son.
I think I will opt out and pass this on to a family law expert -
I am transferring you to the family law division... you will be taken care of there and I am certain those experts will assist you successfully.
Best to you,
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