Likely the interrogatories are the smallest of the problems you face in a divorce, although they matter. Things like what to do at trial, mediation, drafting your own discovery to the other side, your answer and counterclaim, etc., are very significant questions that should have been in your post. You don't mention if there are children or property issues or debt issues, but the more that is at stake, the more dangerous it is for you to act without legal counsel.
The good news - there are lots of lawyers near you and many are open Monday even though the courts are closed. Use the holiday to meet with and retain a lawyer. It's essential.
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Don’t panic. You will be fine. But you really need to find a family law attorney in your area. Assuming that the answers are not overdue, you should contact his attorney and request an extension to respond. Most attorneys will give 10 to 15 more days to respond. You should take those days to get an attorney.
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