Sorry, I completely screwed up the question. Her affidavit for service by PUBLICATION was perjured. I can easily prove that we were in contact continually by phone, and text before the hearing and after. She stated she had no contact with me at all since last year. I was in the hospital for 5 months (until March) and continue to be in treatment. My wife basically didn't tell me she filed, and lied to the judge to get the service buried in a newspaper in a different time zone. THEN, her lawyer asks to have me sign the waiver of service after I informed her that her client perjured herself. Had I signed the waiver the perjury would no longer be material, and no charges could be filed. Doesn't the attorney have a responsibility to the court to report the perjury and not try to cover it up?