I'm Petitioner in a Paternity case. Opposing party is doing everything to prevent proper discovery of financials. Opp counsel has represented to me (orally) that, 1) that since we never married the Fam Code disso statues to not apply in my case, and 2) that since we have no scheduled OSC for child support, child support is "not at issue" and hence, neither is any financial discovery. As to #2, what makes c-support "at issue"? My understanding is that its technically at issue from the moment the parentage petition is filed (I checked child-support box), as the language right at the bottom of form warns: "The court may make orders for support of children... without further notice to either party." Can someone explain what does/does not make something "at issue", in general?It would seem absurd that an OSC for support must be brought FIRST, as the calendaring of a typical hearing (4-6 wks) would typically barely allow enough time for proper discovery. As to #1, I understand that Civil Code Procedures govern discovery here, but I also would like to rely on some of the more pointed and mandated disclosures contained in the Family Code. In a Paternity case, which, if any, are available to me? Thanks!