I'm going to edit the practice area of your post to "Family" for better exposure.
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I am a bit confused as to whether this is a hearing or a trial. If you have not even gotten a response, I will assume this is a hearing.
If you want your discovery, you must meet and confer and then do a Motion to Compel. Consult with an attorney, even if for an hour.
If the other parent is not responding, and does not show up, you will likely just get the orders requested.