Money makes people lie. When we ask your spouse to disclose his or her assets or income, we sometimes only get half the truth. Therefore, we make frequent use of subpoena power. We issue various kinds of subpoenas in order to obtain bank records, real estate records, employment records, tax records, insurance records, retirement records, credit card records, and other documentary evidence that will help prove your case. Because we understand how subpoenas work, we also understand how to block an improper subpoena. Therefore, if your spouse attempts to subpoena your records improperly, we will file a motion to quash the subpoena. We may also file a motion for a protective order or for special relief in order to prevent certain information from being released.
At the Law Offices of Mark S. Guralnick, our objective is to protect our client’s rights during a divorce case or other domestic relations proceeding. Please call us if you have any questions or concerns.