What does Discovery mean in divorce?
Discovery is a legal term referring to a fact-finding process that takes place after a divorce action has been filed and before the start of trial. Discovery requires the parties to disclose material facts and documents and allows the parties in the case to prepare for settlement or trial.
Do you have to answer all questions in discovery?
A person served with interrogatories has thirty days after service to respond in writing. You must answer each interrogatory separately and fully in writing under oath, unless you object to it.
Can you object to discovery?
You could object that a discovery request is overbroad or unduly burdensome, and maybe you’d be right. But if you make scant effort to explain why you are right, you might as well not object at all.
Can you depose someone twice?
The concept that a witness may be deposed only once is at times in tension with the rules providing for organizational depositions, because they leave open the possibility that a witness may be deposed both as the designated representative of an organization, and also in that witness’s individual capacity.
What is a legal conclusion objection?
The question is essentially an argument to the judge or jury; it elicits no new information but rather states a conclusion and asks the witness to agree with it.