Maine  |  Family Law

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Asked on: 2/08/06, 8:37 am


In a case where there is a pending court date for contempt of court that is eventually going to lead to a custody issue of a minor child under the age of seven. Can an attorney send to me a list of interrogatories that I must fill out and send back to him even before a court date for custody has been established. In short, at what point does (can) a list of interrogatories be sent to a defendant? Can it be done at anytime or is there a certain time to do it? Can the list be more than 30 questions or is it restricted to 30 questions only? Thanks

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