I served my ex wife's attorney with a subpoena for employment records (did all the serving and everything correct) for our next hearing to determine child suport for me (my son doesn't see his mother at all) and alimony for her on July 12, 2010.
My ex wife's attorney just today, July 7, 2010, filed a motion to quash the subpoena. Did she file this in time?
What is the best course of action next? The hearing date for the motion to quash is on July 13, 2010 (one day after the records were supposed to be sent to court).
These records are necessary because she has declared to the court that she isn't working there anymore. I've already hired a P.I. and got a report from him indicating she is working there as the mananaI wish I could afford a lawyer, but am currently living off about $1400 a month and help from friends. I served the supboena along with the notice to consumer on her attorney on May 27, 2010, and then on the employer 12 days later. I need to get her payroll records so the judge can properly determine how much child support I am owed by her. she is telling the courts she is not working, but she has been seen working there by more than one of my friends.