California Family Law
My X is now in pro-per after firing her 3rd Attorney and filing bankruptcy on all 3, to the tune of $60,000. I have been in pro-per for the last year and have been doing very well. She is not following proper procedure and I have several questions.
Question: If I don't receive a copy of the subpoenas that were ISSUED to her (requesting my records), and if I haven't received a Notice to Consumer from the subpoenaing party, what is my recourse? I have things well documented.
Question: If the subpoenaing party serves the deponent w/subpoena without first serving me with the copy and NTC, what is my recourse?
Question: What is the proper procedure for filing a motion to quash in CA?
Question: What is the proper procedure for filing a motion to compel for non-production of records? Some of her employmers are not responding to my subpoenas. They are personal friends of hers.
Your help is greatly appreciated.