I am representing myself Pro-Se in a NJ no fault divorce and we have 2 minor children. My husband's lawyer has served me with 150+ pages of discovery questions (I am pro-se) some of these questions I feel are just none of anyone's business. In addition, they are asking for blanket releases for banking, mortgage, investment, etc... and also medical records. Can I state that these questions relating to medical and prescriptions taken have nothing to do with our divorce? (note: I have never taken anything addictive, such as pain killers, sleeping pills, etc.)
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