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the Respondent's lawyer filed an order for discovery via ORS 107.089 and I have already complied. Is the Respondent automatically required to provide the same documents as requested or do I have to make a request and file the request with the court? If he is automatically required to provide his information, am I correct in my interpretation that he has 30 days following my being served to do so? It is 22 days past what would be his 30 day deadline and I have already made a request via email to his lawyer indicating which documents have not been provided or addressed by him. How can I file a motion to compel under ORCP 46; I cannot locate a form anywhere and Stevens-Ness says there is no such thing as a Motion to Compel, but it is named in the ORS 107.089 literature. Family Law Case