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The importance of deposition objections

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Depositions are expected in divorce or family law matters. All sorts of witnesses may be deposed. During a divorce or family law deposition, one attorney asks the witnesses under oath to discover relevant information. Information is relevant if reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence. During the deposition, the other attorney in the case can also ask the witness questions. Sometimes, however, one of the lawyers on the case will object to a question being asked. Most often, it is the lawyer for the deposed witness who objects. Listen to this episode to find out what role deposition objections can have in family law cases. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: How deposition objections work You can learn more by contacting our St. Louis family lawyers online or by calling 855-805-0595.

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