What Is Non-Party Discovery And Why Is It Necessary?

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By Sara Pitcher Cordell & Cordell Divorce Lawyer Before addressing non-party discovery, it is helpful to understand what discovery is. Discovery is defined as: 1. The act or process of finding or learning something that was previously unknown. 2. Compulsory disclosure, at a party’s request, of information that relates to


Can I Object To Discovery Questions In My Divorce?

Question: I received a discovery and document production form from my wife’s divorce lawyer asking me to provide bank statements and other financial information from our date of separation. This request also wants to know any newly acquired assets after our separation date. Do I have the right to object


How To Find Hidden Assets In Divorce

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By Grant Webb Bisk Education In divorce cases where hidden assets are suspected, it is often the husband who has been accused of concealing accounts or funds that might be used against him during the settlement proceedings. However, this fraudulent financial activity is not limited to just men. More and


The Importance Of The Divorce Filing Date

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By Sara Pitcher Cordell & Cordell Indiana Divorce Lawyer A divorce‘s filing date plays an important part in a dissolution action. While it may seem like no big deal to the parties involved on which day the dissolution is filed, the date of filing for divorce is significant for many