Tag: discovery

Obtaining Credit Card Records from Bank of America

October 15, 2010 | Blog, Divorce

Icon for author Brian Vertz Brian Vertz

It can be frustrating to obtain records from large, decentralized financial institutions like Bank of America. You can send them an authorization signed by their customer, and they still won’t respond for months, if at all. Recently a friendly telephone representative told me that the best way to get records from Bank of America is a phone call from their customer to their 800 number. A subpoena will also work. […]

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Judges are Deciders, not Investigators, in Divorce Litigation

September 16, 2010 | Blog, Business Valuation, Divorce, Marital Property

Icon for author Brian Vertz Brian Vertz

A recent post on BVLaw (culled from the materials for the BVR Summit on Business Valuation in Divorce, going on now in Chicago) reminds us that pre-trial discovery and preparation are essential tasks in divorce litigation which must be conducted by the parties, with the assistances of their lawyers and experts, not the court: Speaking at this morning’s BVR Divorce Summit, Judge Thomas Zampino gave some excellent advice for matrimonial […]

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