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Learn About the Tools of Discovery: Very often, one spouse does not have complete knowledge of the other party’s assets, liabilities, income or activities. That is when “discovery” comes into play. Essentially, “discovery” is organized information gathering. It can encompass that which is permitted by the Rules of Court or other methods. Some of the more prevalent avenues of discovery are: (a) interrogatories; (b) document demands; (c) notice to produce; (d) requests for admissions; and (e) depositions. Discovery is a tedious process, but in terms of preparing tailored demands to be served on the other side and answering discovery demands served on you. Cooperate fully with your attorney’s requests in terms of discovery to avoid missing key facts along wiht unnecessary delays and cost. For more information about your rights in divorce, please contact Chuck Vuotto at cvuotto@starrgern.com or by phone at his Roseland, NJ office (973) 403-9200. You may also read more articles on divorce at vuotto.com

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