In the process of discovery I was asked to provide statements of some of my Bank accounts in Pakistan before my immigration to the US in our divorce case. I refused to do that since it was unreasonably burdensome and expensive since I had to go that country and stay for 1-2 weeks to obtain them. I sent a letter to other party by mail as well to ask them to pay for expenses and my time. They left it without response. The court issued an order to compel which has been ignored by me. I wonder how to deal with this issue.
Discovery may not be unreasonably burdensome, but the time for you to claim unreasonable burden was before the Court issued its Order to Compel. You must now file a Motion for Reconsideration or a Notice of Discretionary Review to the Court of Appeals to seek relief or else abide by the Order, and there are strict time and content limits for filing your Motion or Notice. You are at risk for sanctions for contempt. I strongly, strongly encourage you to retain counsel so that you don't find yourself in other untenable, messy situations that an attorney could help you avoid in the first place.
The answer above is not legal advice, and I'm not your lawyer. At best, it's a hint in the right direction. Reliable legal advice comes from an attorney licensed in your state who has all the necessary information and time to form an opinion, and that usually requires an in-person consultation, which you can often obtain for free with no obligation. Don't be shy - attorneys are people, too - call one.
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