What, if any, is the time frame to file an Objection to a Subpoena prior to a Court date? Must the Objection to the Subpoena be sent via certified mail or will regular mail suffice? Also, just because an Objection to a Subpoena is filed, does that make it “final” or does the objecting party still have to make the requested information available on the said Court date until the Judge makes a ruling on their objection?
Can a counter objection be filed to the party who objects the initial subpoena compelling them to provide/produce requested information? Can I dispute their objection? The item being objected was proof of how child support was spent 1/1/08 to present -in general, clothing, shoes, groceries,etc which should easily be available to a custodial parent by merely reviewing their checkbook, bank statements or visa statements. How could this be considered irrelevant or excessive when it’s concerning the child & their child support-unless the opposing party has nothing to show for how it was spent, which is unconceivable.
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