I received some discovery on a CD. I don't know what the attorneys did with their stuff on the CD, but I'd guess they did have to print it out and look it over.
I think it's delivered on a CD just to save paper or delivery charges.
You should definitely get a copy of it. My group just burned me a copy of the CD. I saw that a lot of the pages were useless and only printed those that were informational. It wasn't that hard to open up and read.
Mine sent his stuff in a highly disorganized manner, and did include extra things, no doubt to hike up bills.
I'm not sure how much of a face-to-face meeting you'll have, having had only one divorce to go through! With mine, I had to go through and organize things so that I could see what was missing. If you think there are errors and omissions with what your STBX sends, you'd want to point out that out.
Does that help?
edited to correct typo
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