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I am pro se. My ex is behind in child support and decided to sue me for majority time-sharing of our now 16 year old son. His attorney has filed a Notice of Taking Deposition for a non-party (my current husband).
1. What is the proper procedure for opposing counsel to serve a subpoena for deposition on a non-party?
2. Is there a specific statute or civil law code that addresses this?
3. What is the proper procedure that I would need to follow in order take the deposition of a non-party in my case? I thought I read in a previous response to a question that I would have to pay the deponent if he/she was a non-party.
4. Am I allowed to ask questions of my current husband at his deposition that was requested by opposing counsel?