My girlfriend and i have lived as "man and wife" for 35+ years, the majority in Arizona. During that entire time we both have claimed we were married to each other and married in the town of Panajachel in Guatemala in 1976. We are both born American citizens and just traveled to Guatemala. We have no other connection to that country. My girlfriend's bank accounts, driver's license, and all other documents, including her current U.S. Passport are in my last name as she also claimed to them that we were married when, in fact, we have never been married.
She is now attempting to get a divorce from me in the state of Arizona where we are both residents, stating that we were married on Sept. 28, 1976 in Guatemala, and I have been served with a summons to appear for these divorce proceedings.
She is aware that we are not and never have been married to one another and she has never been married to any one. She is insisting I sign this document agreeing that we were married and to all her requests to the court
. mostly property issues. I have insisted to her that I am not going to lie to the Court and agree to her perjury. She still insists that I sign this document and that she plans to go ahead with legal action against me, to wit, this sham divorce and fraud against the Court.
What legal recourse do I have to her "Divorce" complaint
considering that we were never married and her perjury and subordination of perjury?