Requests for Admissions Discovery In Divorce
REQUESTS FOR ADMISSIONS DISCOVERY SERVED IN DIVORCE CASES
Requests for Admissions are a tool used by attorneys to discover information in divorce cases. These documents are served by either a plaintiff or defendant on the other party to answer, under oath and penalty of perjury, either admitting or denying a specific factual statement. For example, some sample Requests for Admissions may look like these:
- Admit that you were fired from your most recent employment.
- Admit that your daughter, Chelsea, failed Algebra class in the fall of 2012.
- Admit that you began a sexual relationship with a person other than your wife in October 2010.
- Admit that you are signatory on a Bank of America checking account.
The responding party would then “admit” or “deny” these statements, under oath and penalty of perjury.
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