Divorce Discovery

Building Your Memphis Divorce Case

Discovery can include written questions—known as Interrogatories—or request for documents—known as Request for Production of Documents—or face-to-face questions before a court reporter—known as a Deposition. (See the Depositions page for more information.) Interrogatories and Request for Production of Documents must be responded to properly and the responses filed before thirty (30) days is up. It will take us some time to prepare your responses so you have to get them back to us well within thirty (30) days. Request for Admissions is a list of specific facts you are requested to admit or deny. If you fail to deny a fact within thirty (30) days, it is deemed admitted. If you deny a fact and the other side later proves the fact, then you must pay their expenses in proving that fact.

Rice Divorce Team can help you understand more about the discovery process of your Memphis divorce proceedings. Contact our firm at (901) 425-1274 today.

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