Discovery is a pre-trial procedure for parties to obtain evidence from each other through various means. Examples of discovery are document requests, interrogatories, and subpoenas. Discovery begins shortly after the initiation of a divorce proceeding and generally continues to be updated throughout the duration of the case in preparation for trial.
Madilyn Keating Ellsworth is an associate attorney at the Chicago-based firm Boyle Feinberg Sharma. Madilyn practices all aspects of family law including child custody, child support, distribution of assets, and post-dissolutions matters.
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