Is there a deadline for submitting evidence for a final trial in a divorce case?
In a Texas divorce case, there is a deadline for submitting evidence that will be used at the final trial. This deadline is called the “discovery cutoff date” and it is typically set by the court at least 60 days before the final trial date. This gives both parties ample time to gather and submit any evidence that they want to be considered by the court during the trial. It is important for parties to meet this deadline, as any evidence that is not submitted by the discovery cutoff date may not be considered by the court. Failure to submit evidence by the deadline could potentially harm a party’s case and result in an unfavorable outcome.
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