Thank you for your new question.
Yes, your counsel should file to vacate the judgment based on the newly discovered fraudulent documents and newly discovered perjury, since fraud is grounds for good cause vacating judgments. The judge would have to have another hearing with the new calculations based on the evidence you found out now. Your attorney should indeed have informed the court of the fraud if your evidence proved that fraud and to not have done so would be malpractice.
You should file this motion as soon as possible which would delay the compliance hearing because once the fraud is heard and if the court vacates that order, then the compliance hearing is not necessary.
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