I have been in pre-trial for almost four years now, and discovery has been continually extended, but is there a way to bring this kind of information, or her cheating or anything or that sort into pre-trial?
I have been in pre-trial for almost four years now, and discovery has been continually extended, but is there a way to bring this kind of information, or her cheating or anything or that sort into pre-trial? Response: If you have not completed Discovery, then you and your Attorney can make a Request for Production of Documents, the documents regarding the custodial accounts, all statements on the account for past three years for example. You can also send her Interrogatories asking her to state if she has ever withdrawn money from the account. If so, what did she use the money for, whether she has moved money from that account to any other account? etc.
I am pro SE ,emergency motion to extend there time for discovery after 3 years LOL 3rd one in 100 . I have that information already on the custodial accounts and did not yet give it to her attorneys, but really they should have it.
Please this is not helpful if you can look back at the 3 years of questions then maybe you will understand, I will rate you excellent because everybody deserves to get paid., My hope was to get a group of lawyers and utilize the knowledge and experience,. I have done better on my own i have had 3 lawyers and if it wasn't for the knowledge and guts to stand firm I would be a statistic
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