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Divorce and Discovery

Both parties have to fully and completely disclose all of their assets during a divorce proceeding. That includes, for example, disclosure of income (from all sources), bank accounts and retirement accounts. Unfortunately, sometimes one of the parties is less than forthcoming in making such disclosures. In order to force the other side to disclose his or her assets, we can file a Motion to Compel discovery responses and we can also issue subpoenas to your spouse's employer or banks and obtain his or her financial information directly from them. If your spouse is still not forthcoming in providing financial discovery, we can also file a Motion to Bar - which, if granted, would prevent your spouse from presenting any testimony. Our attorneys will assist you with the discovery process, which can be long and tiresome, but which is very important to any family law case.

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