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Old 02-25-2019, 09:05 PM
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Incorrect. You simply have to request them. They need to produce all materials that were used to support the writing of the final report. It is very common practice to get copies of the supporting information for their final report.

The only thing you can't request is any notes between the expert and counsel. But, the notes taken for interviews with the parties are fair game. Good lawyers always request them and get them.
would it make sense to request them after the matter has bee concluded? Meaning it never went to trial as the judge basically told my ex she was going to lose so ot settled on consent.

Just to see if they will provide or not? or fuck it?
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