The CFP Board regularly punishes CFP holders for failing to respond to its investigative overtures. Now two Florida planners are asking a federal judge to force the board to comply with court-ordered discovery requests in their own ongoing lawsuit against the certifying body.

"This case is now effectively at a standstill," wrote attorneys for Jeffrey and Kimberley Camarda, married planners from Fleming Island, Fla., in a motion filed Friday in federal court in Washington, D.C.

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