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How Depositions Can Affect Divorce
How Depositions Can Affect Divorce

While more divorces settle outside of court and are able to avoid litigation, the fact is that some must still go through the court system. Part of this process involves a deposition, which both parties are entitled to engage in. What Is a Deposition in a Divorce Case? A ...

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