I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear about your situation.
The judge can choose to refer your husband to the district attorney for prosecution for perjury if he's found to be lying under oath. That is, however, very rare. In all court cases, each party walks in and tells a different version of the facts. The losing party can't always be prosecuted for perjury - our system just doesn't have the resources to do that. However, once the judge finds that your husband has lied about any statement made under oath, he can choose to disbelieve everything your husband says and accept your version of those facts instead.
When you respond to the divorce, you'll be able to state that the community property was NOT already divided, and you can list all the assets the two of you accumulated while married. If the judge sees that you're right and those assets haven't been divided yet, he'll award you your fair share, but that's not a separate lawsuit. It's part of the divorce.
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