Once the petition is filed, each side will serve the other with “Discovery”. Part of the discovery process involves what is called “Request for Admissions”, which according to Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 198.1, consists of a request that contains a statement sent from one party to the adverse party, or other parties, for the purpose of having the other side either admit or deny the said statement. This is common practice in civil law. Below I have listed an example set of Requests for Admissions:
While the Request for Admissions seems quite simple in nature, the impact or choosing Admit or Deny can have catastrophic consequences if you are not careful. This is why it is always best to contact an attorney when involved in litigation. Feel free to call Herrman & Herrman, P.L.L.C. at 361-882-4357 if you have any questions or concerns. We have attorneys standing by to assist you.