| DIVORCE FAQ #8
8. How can I get information from my spouse about our property and finances?
There are several legal procedures. For example, you (and your attorney, if you have one) might take
depositions (interview your spouse or other witnesses in person under oath), send interrogatories
(written questions) or submit an Inspection Demand (a request that your spouse turn over certain
To gather information from others (an employer, bank or school, for example), you might have to
subpoena them to appear with the documents in court or at an attorney's office.
Or, you may choose to rely on the disclosure declarations (see #6) that you and your spouse are both
required to fill out.
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