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Can I send another Schedule of Assets and Debts to be completed with my form interrogatories and production request set 2?

Oakdale, CA |
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I am in pro per in adivorce litigation in California and am needing to send a second request for production of docs and form interrogatories to my spouses attorney. Do I or should I also include another schedule of assets and debts?

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    The Form Interrogatories includes a request for the other party's Schedule of Assets and Debts. Check the box, provide a blank form, and you will receive an updated Schedule of Assets and Debts, along with all the attachments it requires (assuming it is completed properly). In my practice, having a properly completed Schedule of Assets and Debts informs the way I choose to litigate a case. It is vital to any settlement negotiations as well.

    Also, make sure your document production request isn't duplicative; otherwise, you may face objections from the opposing counsel. Be prepared.

    Don't simply propound discovery without having a well-thought out rationale in place which guides your discovery plan. Good luck to you.

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  2. If you are updating discovery then yes.

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  3. Have the assets and debts changed? Was the first schedule incomplete? If you’re asking for the same information already provided, the request would be objectionable. BUT it won’t hurt you to just ask and see what you get.

    Best of luck to you.

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