Tactics for Obtaining Critical Information
Depositions can be an effective tool in your divorce case. Properly navigating through them with targeted and timely questioning is key. Do you have the skills necessary to steer these depositions in the right direction? This course will explore the questions that should be asked for essential financial and custody information, along with ways to customize your questioning and use the information you have obtained in settlement negotiations or trial. Stay on top of your game and make the most out of your next deposition - register today!
- Discuss how to put together critical financial and custody questions that get responses you need.
- Learn when it is constructive to go off script and stop questioning.
- Tailor your strategy to the type of expert witness being deposed - by they a valuation, custody or other expert.
- Examine tips for getting what you want from difficult deponents.
Session Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Eastern
Presenter: Kirk C. Stange
- Handling the Divorce Deposition in Comparison with Other Depositions
- Crafting Questions to Get the Answers You are Looking for
- Financial Questions - Finding Hidden Assets and Income
- Custody Questions - Determining Who the Primary Caretaker is
- Mastering the Art of Questioning Techniques
- Determining When to Go Off Script and When to Stop Questioning
- Customizing Each Expert Witness Deposition - Valuation Experts, Custody Evaluators and More
- Working with Difficult Deponents - Tricks for Getting What You Want
- Advantageously Using Depositions During Settlement Negotiations or Trial
This course is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit from attending.