But now the new attorney has sent me a long list of interrogatories and request for production. This has not been brought up or done by either of us for a year. But now we get to do this when we are going to try and mediate. Stupid things on it like list every person with whom you have interacted with more than a standard greeting and handshake... Every trip you have been on with or without your spouse and the purpose and everyone on it... List every date you have been on... It goes on and on. News flash for him, I'm not dating. I'm still married!
I would like any tips, suggestions, or anything anybody has to offer about this. I have an appointment with my attorney because I think we should send interrogatories and request for production to him too. Why should I have all the fun?
You might want to go back to the ones you already answered last year, and maybe you have already reached the limit in the case even if there is a new lawyer. I am also wondering whether those particular questions could be seen as harassing, and irrelevant to the case, and your lawyer could have the court issue an order (and possibly fine for their harassing nature) which allows you not to answer them.
Just some initial thoughts.
I have an appointment with my attorney because I think we should send interrogatories and request for production to him too. Why should I have all the fun?
This was my thought as well....but I am not a lawyer. I wonder how much in legal fees that will cost you and if it is worth it?
It does feel harassing and argumentative. Oh, I forgot the one asking for me to list each time I have been physically abusive toward him. I have had an order of protection against him for almost a year now and I have pictures of me and my hospital records to back it up.
But if anyone has any suggestions on where I could find a list of interrogatory questions for infidelity and such, that would be great.
I was supposed to list my boats, antiques, foreign stocks, precious metals, jewelry, beach houses, art collection, limited partnerships, etc..... it was ludicrous.
I just wrote N/A on most of the questions.
Him: X, 54 PA SA NPD?
2 kids; DD17, DD11 divorced
There is a limit of questions they can ask you. You can reply that the question is not relevant and is harassment.
Or you could always answer like my exwh did:
The respondent rejections this question because it requests information that is attorney-client privileged.
All I asked was what the names of the people were that he has slept with other than me since we have been married.
Expect that liars lie.
My ipad does a lot of crazy typos.