At a hearing, the Judge received a request and asks this question to which the person answered,"No. That's not my signature." But that was not true, and in fact, that could be proved incorrect and false very easily. What form would you file, a "Show of Cause...", or a "Notice of Motion..." and if you were 'Pro Se' involved in an ongoing case?
Okay, now add that this same person committed an ongoing deception using their influence and falsly "stating" to another person who would gain most from being there that they did not have to appear the morning of the hearing because they were going to cancel and the court would call or notify them, just to keep this person from being present in order to commit that "perjurous statement" to gain the upperhand unfairly....is that not also 'very bad behavior' adding to the perjury?
And just know there is ample evidence, documentation on communications, witnesses being told the intention to "fill out and file" what was like you heard----denied on ownership.