Marshall v. Marshall

In Marshall v. Marshall, 915 P.2d 508, 512, 515 (Utah Ct. App. 1996) the plaintiff listed thirteen instances of the defendant's failure to provide discovery documents, as well as other instances where the defendant failed to comply with court discovery orders, such as hiding $ 180,000 from the court over the course of two years, while claiming that he could not afford alimony and child support payments. The defendant was on notice that this behavior could result in default because the plaintiff submitted two motions, six months apart, requesting that he be defaulted.