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what type of hearing was it?
Was he challenged about these things?
Can you give me a little more information
if he has lied in court and you can prove that he lied then you would need to bring this to the court's attention. As you are aware people should never lie in court - the problem is that people lie all too often in court and it is sadly extremely rare that the courts take very much action about it. I would be surprised if the judge gave much weight to this piece of information as I am sure it was challenged by your barrister.
I am afraid not. You can not sue people arising from what they say in court in such circumstances. Happy to discuss.Please rate positive.
I am sure that it was serious. But it is and was for your barrister to raise this with the court during the children proceedings. You however are not permitted to bring separate defamation proceedings arising from what is said in court. Your barrister during the proceedings can and should tell the judge that these are lies and put him to strict proof. That is the law. I am happy to deal with any questions, but I can only explain the law rather than tell you what you may want to hear.