I am going through the stage of discovery in my divorce case. In order to avoid going homeless, I lied in my application to rent a unit for my two children and I. I applied for the unit with someone else so that I would qualify to get the rental. In our divorce case my ex has sent me a subpoena requesting from the leasing office all applications and leasing contracts related to the property in which I live.
Can I legally protect the information of the other person and their personal information that applied with me and is in the contract? They do not want to be involved in any legal matters. Also, his attorney is acting as a "deposition officer" and he is NOT. Is there a law I can reference to object to the subpoena because his attorney has financial interest in case?
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