Discovery for Child Custody case


#1

I’m currently defending myself in a child custody case. We have had joint custody for just over 2 years (week to week) and I can’t afford an attorney after an incredibly expensive ED battle. I’m not sure what grounds my ex has or facts she has to support her case for full custody. I’m assuming this information should come out during discovery, buy am unsure how the process works. I know I can question her or anyone else I want with up to 50 questions by either letter or video for depositions. Can I get a list of who she plans to put on the stand? Can I ask my ex specifically what issues she has currently?


#2

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