What Happens in a Divorce Deposition?


A divorce deposition is a process in which either the plaintiff or defendant request that a formal, legal interview be administered through the court and respective lawyers. This is used in cases where it is essential that the truth of a situation be revealed, such as financial information, or information related to abuse or infidelity. The process is somewhat expensive and should not be used lightly.
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