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This site has form interrogatories, which you can serve on your husband or his lawyer. It also has the form you would use to request documents from non-parties.http://www.flcourts.org/gen_public/family/forms_rules/index.shtml
If you want to take the deposition of someone, you would need to set a date and time and serve a deposition notice.
Here is an example of a subpoena that you can serve on a non-party to order the production of documents.http://www.formsworkflow.com/d87503.aspx
so where would i schedule to take these depositions, the law library at the court house? i dont have an office. would i be allowed to record the deposition
There isn't anywhere at the courthouse to take depositions. If the other party has a lawyer, they may agree to do the deposition there. You won't need a location for the bank - they'll just send you the records, usually. Otherwise, see if the law library has rooms you can use for that purpose.As far as recording, you would have a court reporter present to take down a transcript. Check the yellow pages or call around.
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