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Can I Use A Non-Disclosure Agreement To Protect Sensitive Information Shared In Discovery In My Queens Divorce?

Yes, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements are frequently used to protect certain classes of information that must be disclosed in a divorce in Queens.

Business owners may be obligated to turn over materials that would reveal trade secrets, for instance, and in those cases it’s not unreasonable to ask your spouse for a layer of protection against those being misused.

If your spouse objects, judges are open to considering orders applying to both spouses as a condition of discovery.

You should consult an experienced Queens divorce attorney to find the best way to craft a confidentiality agreement or seek one from the judge in your divorce.

The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino help protect our clients’ most sensitive personal and business data in divorces.

Call us today at 718-523-1111 and talk to an experienced Queens divorce lawyer for free.