Deposition Rule #3 for Florida Divorce
Posted By Posted by Stann Givens on Mar 21, 2011 6:00am PDT || Mar 21, 2011To continue with our discussion of the proper procedures to follow when the opposing attorney has scheduled an opportunity to place you under oath and ask you questions, we have a very simple and direct rule.
Deposition Rule #3 for Florida Divorce is: Do Not Bring Anything With You to the Deposition.
Any expert Tampa divorce lawyer will tell you that you, of course, may bring your usual personal items to your deposition. You should not, however, bring any notes or other documents.
Anything that you refer to at your family law deposition must be shown to the other divorce lawyer upon request. If you don't want everyone to see it, you should not bring it into the building.
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