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Old 05-06-2017, 09:49 PM
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Originally Posted by OrleansLawyer View Post
This is addressed in the family law rules. Specifically:



Citation: https://www.canlii.org/en/on/laws/re...#sec20subsec19

Thus, your next step is to bring a motion to have a judge determine if the questions are appropriate and to have the other side either answer them at questioning or be found in contempt for failing to answer them.



It depends on the question. If it isn't relevant to the case (ie, the question is not appropriate) then the other side can rightly refuse to answer.
depends on a question and what is lawyer's plan. If he/she is looking to make another couple grand by bringing a motion is one thing... but realistically lawyer can not force her to answer. I have to bring a motion so judge ordered to answer and fulfill undertaking but it still did not happen. But was it fun during cross-examination during the trial or what
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