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How Divorce Depositions Work and What to Expect at Yours

Posted by Aaron Thomas | Apr 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

Deposition

During your divorce, your spouse's attorney may want to take your deposition, where you will be required to answer questions under oath for several hours. What you say at a deposition is considered testimony, which can be used in later court proceedings. For many spouses, this is one of the most intimidating parts of the divorce process, but having a sense of what to expect can reduce some of the stress.

Read more about what you can expect at a deposition at lawyers.com.

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Aaron Thomas

EXPERIENCE Aaron began his legal career in 2002, as an in-house staff attorney for Habitat for Humanity International. He then honed his trial skills from 2004 to 2007 at the Dekalb County Public Defender's office, rising quickly through the ranks, representing hundreds of indigent clients facin...

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