What are you going to court for? Evidence for what?
I do not believe that in most ED/child custody/alimony cases there is a information sharing between attorneys. I believe that it is information that is presented to the court and proof to back up that information, such as date of separation, proof of ownership prior to marriage. Custody would be information, witnesses, other paper trails showing that it is not in the best interest of the child to be under the primary custody of that parent due to history of actions.

Generally you do not have a right to know what evidence they intend to submit. However, you can depose the other party or send them a written discovery request to try and figure out what evidence they might submit.

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Do I have the right to know what evidence my ex plans to submit? (He is represented). If so, how do I go about getting these answers? Also, am I required to notify his counsel of the evidence I will use or wait to see if he requests it?

Thank you.