In my Parental Allocation the petitioner submitted a compliance of mandatory disclosures listing that he gave me several documents that were not provided. I provided a letter communicating that documents were not provided, and asked that the petitioner bring them to ISC (held 60 days after filing). In the ISC, the court facilitator gave 7 days to provide documents. After 10 days, I then filed a Motion to Compel Mandatory Disclosures. I was mailed a Supplemental Domestic Case Management Order indicating under CRCP16.2(c)(4)(a) that written discovery motions are not permitted. Would my Motion to Compel Mandatory Disclosures fall under this category? Do I need to call to set it for hearing? Also does this prevent me from filing discovery requests? I would like to submit Pattern Requests for Documents, as the petitioner is not being honest about financials. Can I file the Discovery request? Does this rule fall under disputes for discovery?
I think that you are OK because you are seeking to enforce an directive or order of the court.
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