Q: Family law Trial in two weeks. I have found that the respondent lied on Financial affidavits. What are my options?
As the question states. This is in FLORIDA I have verifiable proof(multiple documents) the respondent lied. Anyone could do simple math to find the discrepancy. My trial is set for two weeks. What are my options? What motions could I file to get their updated checking statements and also to delay the trial. The clerk has a backed up docket and don’t know if I could get a separate hearing within two weeks.
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