Apparently my first post about this was unclear.
I have been subpoenaed to appear next month to a California courthouse in my county to provide financial information to my creditor's attorney. This is a personal, non-business ex-fiance with a judgment against me. From reading these boards, I understand that they will ask about financial accounts, real estate, cars, boats, cash on hand and other assets.
They will also ask for my social security number, and I am almost certain they do not have it. May I legally refuse to give them my social security number? Can the judge order me to provide it?
Thank you, and I apologize for any confusion. This is my first day on this board. If anything is unclear, please be specific about what information I can provide. I really need help!