Texas Discovery: Request for Admissions


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In certain divorce cases it will serve your interests if your attorney serves the opposing party with request for admissions. With admissions, a party has to stipulate to certain facts, such as committing adultery during the marriage. Request for admissions is an effective technique to bring your case to a close, either by informal or […]

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Texas Discovery: Interrogatories


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In Divorce cases, interrogatories are written questions SERVED upon a party to obtain relevant information. The total number of interrogatories able to be asked is limited by statute. Answers to interrogatories must be verified, meaning you must sign in front of a notary and swear that the information provided is true and correct. Your lawyer […]

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Discovery in Divorce: Request for Production


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In Texas, sending request for production is a discovery tool used by your attorney to require a party to PRODUCE records. Responses to request for production are due approximately 30 day’s from the date they are received. Request for production are usually based upon a computer generated template that involves reviewing typical asset documents. Most […]

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