Use a checklist style comprehensive motion form to know quickly what to do to stop the adverse party taking a deposition.
To have the court block the deposition, you must work efficiently, and fast, by starting with form motion papers for protective order to quash the deposition.
You must make your objections to the taking of a deposition ASAP. You are on the edge of losing your client's rights to quash the deposition. You need a solid, battle-tested, form that gives you quick guidance and a quick finished product . Now!
Comprehensive set of motion papers. Objections to Deposition with Motion for Protective Order provides you with five comprehensive pages, single spaced, with alternative, severable, clauses.
Laundry list of clauses lawyers can use. Our form Objections to Deposition with Motion for Protective Order contains a number of alternative clauses you can use. Pick and choose to meet the instant demands of your case.
Checklist protects you. Objections to Deposition with Motion for Protective Order serves as a checklist of what counsel needs to do. For example, the federal rules, and most state rules, require that the motion for protective order contain a "certification" of attempts to resolve the matter. Do not be one of those attorneys who has their motion thrown out because the motion did not contain necessary language.
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The form is only $34.00. Our five page, single spaced, motion is much less than the cost of dictating that much to a secretary, let alone the impossibility of your first draft being as quick as ordering this form. Paste this form into your word processor and GO!
Not only the language, but also the format of this form, are designed so no matter who you represent, you simply use your word processor to replace CLIENT with the name of your party; replace ADVERSARY with the name of the adverse party who served the notice of deposition that you oppose; and replace WITNESS with the name of the witness your adversary seeks to depose. Get this form, paste it into your word processor and GO!
This form works, whether you are trying to stop deposition of a plaintiff, a defendant, or a witness. Objections to Deposition with Motion for Protective Order works for you whether your client is a plaintiff or a defendant — or a witness — making the motion for a protective order. You pick and choose the clauses that work for you and use them as the base for customizing the form for the facts of your particular case.
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