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Child support, perjury, false statements of income

Northport, NY |

My ex owns an all cash business. He submitted no pay stubs at the support hearing but he did submit a year old tax return that was unsigned. During the divorce he grabbed all the cash and I lost everything so I am pro se. He has paid hundreds of thousands not to support his daughter.

One month after the support hearing my ex purchased a 1 million dollar home for cash (no mortgage) and didnt sell the condo he lived in. None of this money came from his various accounts.

I requested the case be reopened but I was denied because the Magistrate claimed I already had an opportuntiy for discovery, though there is no way to discover money his had hidden by subpeona. Clearly he lied on the net worth and tax return, but I am not being given the opportunty to address this.

I am now at the objection level. I was told no one reads the objections but I want to make a record for appeal. I have new evidence in form of a certified deed, multiple listings, DMV records (vehicles he had but didnt disclose) and more.

Am I approaching correctly? What have I missed (other than $1M)

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  1. Check with a lawyer in your locale to discuss more of the details on new evidence in form of a certified deed, multiple listings, DMV records

    Good luck to you.

    God bless.

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