I have battle with my ex and her lawyers maybe 8 times in court. I always go pro se cant afford a lawyer no more. Their certifications are straight up lies that are very easy to proof them and their strong accusations come without any proof. I have told the Judge that they are untruth and show him that I have proofs. I have also told in court to the lawyer that her client is not telling her the truth becuse the lawyer tried to look confused when i start revealing the truth. Now a new motion come in with the same repetitive flase accusations used over and over which have a good effect because the Judge believe them. can I file a motion for perjury? Can I file an application against the lawyer for unethical behavior since she is well aware of the lies?
No matter how many times this gets asked, your answer from us will be the same. The lawyer represents his client and his words, if they are her assertions, are not lies nor is there anything you can do to him for them. And her filings are probably not something you can charge her with either. Only if she lies under oath on the stand and you have ROCK SOLID proof of this are you likely to get any chance of a perjury charge. And that STILL does not win your case. Get a lawyer, because you probably can't afford NOT to have one. Considering the judge believes them, you need to start to work to defend yourself and stop attacking them.
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You cannot expect different results with the same approach. Your ex wife's attorney should not be submitting an Certifications that assert the facts of the case. Only your ex wife can certify as to those events. Anything else would be considered "hearsay." So, it is not your ex's attorney who is lying. As far as perjury goes, the court might find that you and your ex wife simply have a difference of opinion. If your ex wife is, in fact, perjuring herself and there is another motion pending and her lies are "easy to prove" then do just that in your response. You can also file a cross-motion and ask fro your own relief. For example, if there are documents you want you ex to produce. You have given very broad allegations here with few facts of your case. You are better off with legal representation, I assure you.
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It sounds as if you are waiting to reveal your proofs until you appear in court. If another motion is filed, please be sure to attach any proofs you have to whatever response/cross-motion you provide to the court. A judge will not consider anything brought up during the court date/oral argument because it was not in your papers and because it puts your ex in an unfair positions (since you are technically surprising him with the material). Please put any proofs you have in a written response - otherwise, the attorney will be able to continue to shrug off whatever evidence you do have.
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You should strongly consider retaining your own attorney. If you can't prove the falsity of the allegations made by your ex perhaps an attorney would be able to help you.
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