What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? GA
Let me preface this by saying that I understand that I must support my child....I simply want a just order.
This will seem rather lengthy so bare with me. I let my divorce finalize by default because my ex and I agreed on the terms. On the child support orders, both of our incomes were listed as incorrect...her's $2400/month..mine $3000/month. I thought nothing of it and knew it would get corrected....it did...all in her favor.
She went back the week after the divorce was final and amended the child support order. She corrected my salary, which is $6000/month, but left her salary at $2400/month. The current/amended order is costing me about $200 more a month in child support.
So, my questions:
Is that not perjury? She knows that her salary is about $3500 a month and I can prove it with her 2010 W-2
What else might I need to prove she perjured herself in court? not only once...but the second time as well?
What is/are the possible outcome(s)/scenario(s) that could play out in court? Surely the judge will not overlook my ex's fraud???
Might I be able to re-negotiate a modified parenting plan and visitation so I could see my daughter more as a result of my ex not wanting me to bring up the perjury offense in court? Maybe we could present an agreed upon modified parenting plan/visitation schedule as well as a new child support order with our correct salaries?
Or would it be better to schedule the hearing, let the judge rule, and then modify the parenting plan, child support, and visitation?
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!