Written by attorney Howard M Lewis | Dec 3, 2012


Quite simply, interrogatories are simply a series of questions that your lawyer will need to submit to your spouse’s attorney that must be answered - under oath - within a specified time period, which usually is twenty or thirty days. Interrogatory questions you can expect to be asked? Commonly, they relate to obtaining detailed information about your income, your assets, your parenting nature and attributes, and a variety of other things you and your lawyer want to know for the record. And you can expect that your spouse’s lawyer will also want to be supplied with answers to interrogatory questions also.

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