Pattern Interrogatories for a Divorce Case

Pattern Interrogatories for a Divorce Case

Interrogatory is a written question directed by one party to another regarding information that is within the scope of discovery. When you are issued Pattern and Non-Pattern Interrogatories, you will notice that they are simply a series of questions that require an answer.

Interrogatories are part of the discovery process of divorce.They allow you and your soon-to-be/already ex spouse to ask questions that must be responded to in writing under oath. These answer are then used to determine facts in the case, as well as to question each side if/when the case goes to trial.

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