If the information you requested is important for you to have during trial, you need to take action immediately. Although the deadline for your opposition to have provided you the information/documentation may have passed, the deadline to make pre-trial discovery motions may not yet have expired. In addition, many courtrooms have their own special rules (often referred to by lawyers as "local-local" rules, and you should ask the clerk of the courtroom in which the case is pending if there are any of those). These deadlines are tricky so if you have been representing yourself during these proceedings, now may be the time for you to consult with an attorney specializing in family law. Good luck.
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