Submitting false tax returns to Family Court
3 attorney answers
Yes could be perjury. How do you know the tax return is fake? I doubt it will be easy to prove or get the court to order a certified copy unless you have some proof as to your allegations. Sounds like you should really schedule a consultation with an attorney regarding this issue. Seems like you are involved in a complicated case which would be difficult to resolve without professional help.
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Yes, it could be perjury. You can bring it to the court's attention, either by filing a motion or by raising the issue the next time you're in court. The problem is going to be proving it. If the tax return makes a big difference to the outcome of your case, the court could order your ex to provide a certified copy of some kind.
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