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Please help! I am now pro se in a custody battle. I have been served by my ex's attorney 'request for production of documents', stating that it falls under Rule 1.350 of the FL Rules of Civil Procedure. The things that the petitioner is requesting is stuff like where I've applied for jobs, what classes I'm enrolled in college, how long I've been taking classes, any loans or grants I've received -- no where does it state this is for child support, just that the father feels the need to examine these documents. They are also requesting these documents for 1.5 years before our daughter was born and even 6mths before the petitioner and I met. Am I able to object this request? What do I need to do? Is it legal to ask this information? Please help me, someone! I am desperate.Also, I have done financial affidavits, and Mandatory Disclosure -- I feel like this request on their part, is yet ANOTHER way to try and control me. I am a stay at home mom, and I am a full time college student (taking classes online).. our daughter has never NOT been provided for, I live in a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo.. I want to object to these requests, but I don't know how too. Please help.