We use talking parents to communicate and I want to print out and file copies so the judge can see what I'm dealing with. Do I have to file a copy of our complete record on talking parents or do I just file copies of the specific conversations in which I'm referencing?
I am changing your practice area to Family Law in hopes you get some good answers from lawyers in that field.
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I suggest just filing copies of the relevant conversations - but the complete conversion.
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