The disclosure obligations of third parties

By Andrew Feldstein

In this case, the wife brought a motion for financial disclosure of a company owned by her husband’s parents and an order that the husband’s father attend a questioning. Much of the litigation between the parties focused on the husband’s income and support obligations. The father strenuously opposed being subjected to a third-party disclosure order or an order for questioning. He felt it would reveal private, confidential, proprietary information, which his son has no interest in beyond being an employee. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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