My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Florida
I have read the Florida Civil Law Procedures, but admittedly I am still confused about one procedure.
If I want to have an expert testify at my modification hearing, does that person have to go through a deposition first to allow their testomony to be heard - in person - at trial, OR can I just subpoena them to testify at trial. I know that you have to give the other party disclosure about who will be testifying and that can be done by sending a copy of the subpoena for the expert. But are depositions required before they can testify?
Does anyone know the answer to this? Thanks for your help!! :-)