When you get a divorce, you could have to go through the discovery process. The goal of discovery is to provide you with the evidence you need to prove part of your case. Through discovery, you can ask for special information from your spouse and others during your divorce. One common use of discovery is to obtain financial and asset records.
For some, the discovery process can feel invasive and frustrating. However, fully understanding how discovery works can help you get through it more easily. Here are some things you should know about discovery during a divorce.