Hi All. I have a quick question. This involves the state of FLORIDA.
My boyfriend has a minor son and he is going through an child custody issue. My question is, I know they use interrogatories when you are married / divorced, do they also use them when the parents have NOT been married? Can they?
He was going to propound interrogatories to her (his son's mother) but he wasn't 100% sure if that's allowed since they were not married. I believe both parties still have to comply with Full Disclosure...etc... but I could be mistaken?
Not sure if this is relevant; he is attempting to work out a joint custody / shared responsibility plan with her even though he recently relocated 3.5 miles away (had to b/c of work). He would like to have all the necessary documents filed & he wasn't sure about this one.
Note: there has NEVER been any disclosure....no bank statements, no interrogatories..etc.. Visitation / Custody was never really determined (well she is the primary residential parent so it has been decided somewhat prior), just child support back in 2007.