I had my ex served with a Request for Production of Documents with 36 days to produce them to a process server.
The 36 days have passed and I don't have a response. The person from the process server company called them and they said they object and will not product anything.
I want to file a motion to compel and as I didn't receive I think I don't need to do a meet and confer.
Is this the right "next" step?
Since no answers have been received, you should send a letter to the opposing party's counsel if they have one or to the opposing party demanding the responses without objections immediately and attach it to your motion to compel. At this point since they waived the date, they must respond without objection.
Send your ex a meet and confer. Explain what has happened and give them 10 days to respond either to the meet and confer or to the discovery. Keep a copy of the letter. If he/she still does not respond, file your motion.
The answers you have received answer the immediate question. However, it sounds like your next step really should be to get representation.
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