Legal Question in Family Law in Connecticut

Interrogatories and invasion of privacy

I have been in the divorce process for six months during which I've been separated and not living in the marital home. On the interrogatories I'm asked to reveal who I've been dating since I left the house. Can I legally dismiss this question since it has no bearing on the dissolving marriage?

Asked on 6/16/09, 11:21 am

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Linda Subbloie Linda A. Subbloie, Esq.
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Re: Interrogatories and invasion of privacy

Although you can try to object to the question, usually this sort of thing is permitted because it could lead to admissable evidence.

Who your dating could have relevance to several issues. Since I don't know anything about your case I can not be more specific,except to say that it could be relevant to issues like the children, the financial orders and the break down of the marriage.

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Answered on 6/16/09, 11:41 am

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