The Limits of Discovery During Divorce
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All seasoned divorce attorneys know that the secret to effective trial work is preparation, and the secret to effective preparation is discovery. Discovery is especially important in equitable distribution proceedings because the court divides an asset based on its classification and valuation. If the appropriate information about the asset is not discovered, classification and valuation might be in error to the detriment of the client.
- Discovery From the Opposing Spouse
- Discovery From Third Parties Individuals
- Discovery From Third Parties
- Expert Witnesses
- The Effect of Discovery
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