Only a prosecutor can charge someone with perjury. You can file a motion for contempt in the family court or turn the information over to authorities. But be careful, as you may unknowingly cause yourself more harm as well.
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Pursuant to Fla.Fam.L.R.P. 12.285, you (as well as the opposing party) are entitled to bank records and credit card statements which will verify or help disprove the figures stated on the financial affidavit.Ask a similar question
You yourself cannot bring charges of perjury against her. However, you can use other documents and records in a hearing to show the court that her financial affidavit is wrong and what the true amounts are.Ask a similar question
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