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Unfounded Accusations - Respondent in my case continues to

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Unfounded Accusations - Respondent in my case continues to make accusations that I am self employed and am hiding income in my company for child support. She has the Corporation Register information verifying that I am minority shareholder and she has been provided with full federal tax returns and record of business expenses. My company retains no earnings each year and she hasn't made any accusations that any of the expenses increase my income.

How can I motion to prevent her from continuing to make these accusations? She has been doing this for 7+ years and it confuses the issue during each hearing and adds unnecessary motions.
Thank you for your question. I look forward to working with you to provide you the information you are seeking.

The only thing you can do at this point is file a motion to quash her claims as they are being brought without any evidence or support. You can also file a motion for sanctions for her signing and submitting unsubstantiated pleadings to the court and seek monetary damages such as attorney's fees and your costs for having to continue to fight the allegations she keeps raising on the same issue without any evidence supporting those allegations.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

It called Motion to Quash Claims - and if granted will prevent her from making claims of hiding money without evidence - correct?

Motion to quash would get the court to throw out those claims, in order to prevent her form continuing to make these baseless claims you file a motion for sanctions with the motion to quash and you explain how many times she has brought the same charges without evidence and that they are baseless and ask the court to issue an order preventing her from continuing to raise the same issue as part of the sanctions against her in addition to awarding you costs and attorney's fees for having to continue to deal with her baseless allegations.
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