Like any other civil action, family law matter outcomes are decided on the facts. Those facts are typically collected directly from the client, and through interrogatories and requests for production of documents.
Typically these methods alone are sufficient to collect the discovery you need to engage in settlement negotiations and prepare for trial.
However, there are other methods of collecting facts that may be appropriate and necessary in some matters. To best represent their clients, family law practitioners should
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