I need help. I just got a notice to take an oral examination/deposition from my husband's attorney, that too with a date and time that has already been fixed and I'm just finding out about it! Shouldn't my lawyer confer with me whether I am available or not during that time? My husband has asked for all kinds of stuff including the value of gifts given to my by my grandfather who has passed away, so that he could split the cost! Anyways, I feel terrible. I feel weak. I feel nauseated. I feel as if all my strength has been lost. What happens in an oral deposition? What is his attorney going to ask? Is his attorney going to be mean?? i feel like I am dying.
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