You have to follow the rules of evidence. In Texas, you can't just show papers to the judge if there's a lawyer on the other side. You have to jump through hoops to authenticate your documents-- which means filing business record affidavits, certified copies of public documents and proving them up before the trial. If it's within 30 days of your trial, you can file a motion for new trial.
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I agree with counsel. Property issues in a divorce may be more complex than any other. If you've got concerns you should get a lawyer. In addition, Appellate courts are even more formal and complex than trial courts.
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