ntation of complaints. the hearing is in a month from now. what do i do
Keep trying. You should have filed a motion to seek discovery if this matter is in family court.
If he is not responding to calls, try to make contact by sending a certified letter. Usually, the lawyer will pay attention when receiving certified mail.
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Discovery demands need to be in writing.
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You would technically need to serve a formal demand for disclosure. If there's either no response - or an objection to same - you'd need to file a motion to compel disclosure. Schedule a consult with a NYC Family Law attorney for more info.
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