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Boston Child Support Financial Statement Fraud

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I just got proof that my ex's financial statements omitted real estate properties and showed only a fraction of his income. His employer assisted with the fraud,by responding to a subpoena, with fraudulent payroll records. The employer also testified in court regarding the amount being paid to my ex.

My children are now over 21. How do I proceed.

There is no question as to the fraud and when it began.

Thank you

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Attorney answers 3


I am sorry to hear this. if fraud was committed by your husband you may be able to file a motion to re open the case. Feel free to contact my office if you wish. Howard lewis. 1 508 370 3400

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If you want to get something because of their fraud then you need to at least try to re-open the case. The attorney that answered above is well qualified and it sounds like he may be able to help you. You could also look at filing a lawsuit against your ex husband and employer for Fraud for damages that have occurred.


You should check with a local attorney to ensure that the statute of limitations has not yet tolled. of critical importance will be the time when you discovered this fraud.

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