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Old 01-22-2010, 05:08 PM
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Originally Posted by sava123 View Post
Except you will end up paying her the cost of the motion if judge will rule in her favour about disclose.
Based on the advice received from a FLIC lawyer, her so-called "request" is unreasonable. If you read below, you will see exactly what documents she is asking for.

For one, we don't have over half those "documents" nor is my husband willing to waste time attempting to obtain them, or sitting in front of an Excel spreadsheet attempting to formulate them while he COULD and SHOULD be seeking employment or working on his course.

Secondly, why in God's name would my husband want to provide her with documentation/information that will assist her in building her case against him? Because both you and I know that she will find ways to use the information AGAINST him.

You see what I mean?