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Old 01-22-2010, 02:22 PM
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Originally Posted by wretchedotis View Post
What I would do?

Give her a copy of the Notice of Assesment, and then wait and see what a judge says. Maybe even make the point to the judge that you are willing to disclose everything legally needed, and your understanding was that a Notice of Assesment was enough. Ask for his advice on whether or not you need disclose more. Perhaps even have the documents she requests in hand in Court that day, in case he indicates they are reasonable to disclose. Then you can hand them over right then.

Be reasonable and open to direction from the Court, and I suspect you will be fine.
Except you will end up paying her the cost of the motion if judge will rule in her favour about disclose.