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Old 04-12-2015, 02:16 PM
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Forget perjury. Nobody gets charged with perjury. It just doesn't happen. Lying isn't punished in family court. A consistent, intentional, pattern of dishonesty over the course of many documents and trial steps will only end up determining for the judge your husband "lacks credibility". Nobody in family court is ever called a liar, it seems. So you have to slllllooooowww down.

This gets repeated over and over again but it takes months to sink in (for me too when I started): Just focus on the prepared to tell the court what you think is best for them and forget about the ex.

There are no gotchas. You will do well if you look calm and reasonable.

You won't do well on anything close to a technicality.
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