I would consult a new attorney immediately. Don't wait even a day.
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I'm confused. Was there some reason why your attorney should have known she was lying when it appears you didn't know until after the hearing? We may be good but we're not psychic. Your attorney knows more about the case than a new one will. Try discussing the issue with him or her first and ask what your options are. if the Order was entered very recently, the attorney can file for reconsideration. The other option is to file for a modification and ask that the order be made retroactive to the date her employment commenced, using the Domestic Relations rule requiring that changes in income be reported within 7 days. It may work. I believe that, once it's proven she lied so significantly, a master or judge will be more than happy to deal with her.
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