Trial court properly denied discovery requests which exceeded the bounds reasonably calculated to lead to admissible evidence.
Since wife waived claim for attorney fees, her fee arrangement is irrelevant and the trial court properly denied husband’s discovery requests.
Discovery of law practice restricted. Client’s need for privacy is greater than need for marital economics and convenience.
Discovery of business partnership documents allowed. Partners’ interest in confidentiality is protected by court’s order.
Ex-wife’s joint income tax returns with her new husband are discoverable, rejecting argument about relevance and privacy.
Discovery of high income parent would be unnecessary, burdensome and irrelevant where he agrees to pay any reasonable amount of child support.
Court properly compelled close corporation to produce for discovery by the wife of an employee and minority shareholder its records and tax returns as well as the husband’s payroll records.