Depositions are essentially one-sided hearings recorded and transcribed by court reporters that can then be used in a multitude of ways through the rest of your divorce case. The deposition gives your divorce attorney a valuable opportunity to gather facts that will be valuable to your case.
Unfortunately, depositions are often underutilized. Mr. Trout and Ms. Soeder discuss why depositions are so useful, how they are best utilized, and how they can help you in your divorce.
If you are going through divorce and have a question about divorce depositions or any other family law issue, get in touch with Cordell & Cordell.