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Address All Potential Issues When Using Experts

Address All Potential Issues When Using Experts
Posted in Gary Joseph Posted on August 18, 2020

Recent amendments to the Family Law Rules have now formally introduced the jointly retained expert to family law matters. A joint litigation expert is defined as a litigation expert engaged to provide expert evidence for two or more parties. Rule 20.2 (10) permits the court to make an order “engaging a joint litigation expert for two or more parties.”

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