Ex lies to judge


#1

You can certainly bring this issue before the court and ask that the judge award you the proper credit.

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#2

When my last child aged out of child support we went to court to modify down to one child- My ex lied to judge saying he had only him/his new wife and my one daughter on his insurance policy so 1/3 the cost of insurance would be deducted from my child support.
The judge caught him in a lie and he admitted to also having his step son on but rather then adjusting it to deduct 1/4 off my support my ex promised the judge he would remove his step son-
He did not and that was 1.5 years ago-
now we are going to modify support again,this time my ex is saying he has a policy with just him and my daughter ( he does not) so he again can get a greater reduction. When I go before the judge is there anything I can do? and can I recoupe the extra money that came out of my daughters support to pay his sons insurance for the last year and a half?