In a divorce case, when both parents are fighting for a child, one parent provides documents that contain 4 years of tax records, one year is not the correct tax documents (Jackson Hewitt is where the couple filed married, and the correct tax record was obtained) but the one filed in court is not this tax document and there are several discrepancy. Now the others are in question. What can happen to the parent that filed the incorrect tax document? Now what?False documents filed in court for child custody fight.....?
The other parent has the ability to access those past tax records because they were filed jointly. I would get a copy of the tax records and point out the differences. If unable to get a copy, I would point it out to the judge and they may allow more time to get the proper papers. If the other parent altered the tax document on purpose to the court, they can be punished by the court. I'm not sure if the IRS can/will punish.False documents filed in court for child custody fight.....?
You would have to submit the evidence and make a motion for punishment based on perjury