By Brian K. Zoeller, Cohen & Malad LLP
Early on in my practice, I got quite frustrated with all the games that are so often played with written discovery, whether it was the attorney doctoring their client’s answers dramatically or just the ongoing battle to get the other side to send their discovery responses. Because of this, I began taking depositions instead. I hope this article will give some attorneys a reason to consider utilizing depositions more often in the family law arena.
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