Not if a protective order's been entered. Usually this is one of the prime reasons the protective order is entered. And the protective order would set out the ground rules and lay out that what is to be kept private shall be kept private, and only disclosed to the parties for the purpose of that specific litigation case.
Sean Sullivan is a family lawyer practicing in the Elmhurst, Illinois area at the law offices of Laura M Urbik Kern, specializing in child custody and dissolution in divorce. Visit his website, www.laurakern.com, and Divorce Magazine profile.