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Old 10-14-2010, 10:25 AM
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A mutual friend of mine and the ex's provided some information to me in the form of documents that I used during a motion and within some Affidavit material.
At first I would not provide the name of the person that provided the material because they did not want to have to deal with the crazy ex.
I was subsiquently ordered by a judge to provide the name of the person.
I have done that.
The ex then tried to contact the mutual friend to confirm this information.
The friend, as I said, does not want to be involved any further in this. She has told me she regrets giving me the stuff in the first place.
The ex has asked a couple of times during two different court appearances for the judge to order me to produce "proof" that the person named provided the info.
In both instances the judge would not do that because of the nature of what was going on in court that day. She had not included that particular request in her written submissions.
Now she has requested a motion, the day after our upcoming Trial Management Conference, trying to compel me to provide this "proof".
I suppose I could just print off an email that I was given but I don't want to respect the friends request. I also kind of enjoy the fact that it drives the ex a little nuts (petty, I know, but I have so little in the way of enjoyment in my life right now)

So my question is "legally" speaking, have I fulfilled my requirments with respect to providing the source for the information used in the Affidavits?
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Old 10-14-2010, 10:35 AM
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. I also kind of enjoy the fact that it drives the ex a little nuts (petty, I know, but I have so little in the way of enjoyment in my life right now)
Yeah, keep that to yourself. And don't let it govern your behaviour.


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So my question is "legally" speaking, have I fulfilled my requirments with respect to providing the source for the information used in the Affidavits?

Don't read too much into the legality of it. This is civil law where the primary intent of the court is to get you to settle and out of court. Letting this become an issue for the parties and the court turns it into a sideshow impediment to settlement. Your primary objective at all times should be to advance settlement. Ask yourself if you are doing that and let your answer be your guide.
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