Deposition Rule #5 for Florida Divorce
Posted By Posted by Stann Givens on Mar 30, 2011 3:40am PDT || Mar 30, 2011We have discussed in previous blogs some of the basic fundamentals of depositions involved in a Florida divorce. Today, we will speak briefly about the relationship between you and the expert St. Petersburg divorce attorney on the other side of your case.
You should not bother trying to make friends with the Florida divorce lawyer on the other side of your case. That lawyer is not there to help you.
You should also not argue with the lawyer either. You must be extremely polite and show respect, but do not hesitate to remain firm in your statement of the facts in response to questions.
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