Divorce is a stressful time for everyone involved. Emotions and tensions rise anytime anyone delves into the often uncomfortable, intimate details of their own personal life and finances, let alone a legal team. Additionally, the stakes of divorce are high, which increases defensive responses. When someone becomes defensive, they begin to behave in such a way as to better their potential outcome. In divorce, this often leads to concealed information, purposeful misrepresentation of a situation, and uncooperative third parties.
Find out how a subpoena can help uncover the truth you know is out there:
What Is a Subpoena?
In Latin, subpoena means, “under penalty.” In legal terms, a subpoena is a legal document that forces the participation of either your spouse or a neutral third party with evidence regarding your divorce. This document is issued only by an attorney or a clerk of court and must be served to all involved parties. If a party opts to ignore the order, they risk being held in contempt, which is punishable by civil fines and criminal charges....