Thursday, October 9, 2014

Child support is being revisited 3 years after my divorce. I'd like to do bank subpoenas since my ex's financial affidavit

Q: Does not seem accurate. Are subpoenas relatively standard when child support is revisited?

A: David's Answer: I'd say no & here's why: subpoenas are usually only used when discovery cannot be had from the party themselves. In other words, you (or your lawyer) can simply serve a discovery demand on the other side for them to produce his/her bank account statements. It's quicker & there's no subpoena/copy fees you'd otherwise need to pay. - David Bliven, Westchester Child Supprort attorney (

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