Discovery is the period of litigation where the litigants exchange information and evidence. Litigants can use various written requests to obtain information, including requests for admission, interrogatories, and requests for production. Litigants may also depose witnesses.

Seidman v. Seidman (2009)

In Seidman v. Seidman, the Arizona Court of Appeals reversed a family court’s entry of default judgment as a discovery sanction.

Seidman v. Seidman (2009)2018-11-06T17:57:11+00:00

Requests for Production of Documents

Requests for production, commonly abbreviated as RFPs, are used during litigation to obtain documents, information, or other evidence from the opposing party pursuant to ARCP Rule 34  or ARFLP Rule 62, depending on the type of case.

Requests for Production of Documents2018-06-18T12:04:35+00:00

Requests for Admission

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Requests for Admission2018-03-17T15:10:11+00:00

Arizona Family Law Uniform Interrogatories

This is just a list of the Arizona family law uniform interrogatories litigants can use or may be expected to answer in various types of family law litigation. We’ll post a more detailed primer about interrogatories, especially non-uniform interrogatories in a separate article. 

Arizona Family Law Uniform Interrogatories2018-06-18T16:38:13+00:00