My question relates to legal practice in the state of: Georgia and the role of Plaintiff's counsel in pleadings surrounding my wife's attempt to have me labeled a batterer prior to filing divorce against me.
My wife and her divorce attorney cooked up false accusations of family violence and filed for a TPO/Ex Parte Family violence order, instantly labeling me a batterer that while waiting for a hearing to clear my name, was ordered to undergo counseling and anger control. A hearing where I would be able to address the court was over 3 weeks away. Two weeks before the hearing, on the morning of my birthday, an agent calls me to get my location. I am served with divorce papers, now showing her attorney, her complaint for divorce with Ex Parte granted, all still two weeks before I have even had a chance to utter a single word.
My wife calls the next day, sings me happy birthday and asks how I liked her gift. To date, this is the 8th time she has called me after filing the TPO. Still calm, I begin explaining to her that all the phone calls she has into my cell phone are documentary evidence showing her in contempt of court for violation of an Ex Parte Restraining order. I also explain to her that I have documentary evidence showing computer connections between the home MAC address on the high speed modem, my work computer, and the mainframe at corporate, proving I was in the home at various times without knowledge of the order and she made no attempt to inform me of the order, etc..., etc...
She no showed at the hearing and the Ex Parte was dismissed, as well as the divorce.
I would like to sue her lawyer for notarizing a forgery on the Verification that triggered the whole process, as it is her proof of oath. My 8 year old son, forcibly seperated from me by a Mother who has tormented him since he was 3 with verbal abuse, sarcastic compliments, and a barrage of invasive examinations performed in repetition by different doctors and cousnelors, all in her attempts to "make him respect his mother" became so ill he was admitted to Crawford Long in Atlanta because he wasn't eating. He was the most sick he has ever been during the time we were seperated.
My wife is by no means a legal wiz. I believe with the forgery, I can get a jury to some kind of malintent on his behalf. Because I was out of town when it was filed, they had to go back to the last time I was home and use the minutes before I left as the time of the "abuse", 4 days prior to the filing of the TPO. He is the simply the notary for the inital TPO, and nothing else, yet he notarized a forgery. The big question he must defend is why notarize a forgery unless the signature was that of a person you had other cointerests with? What pitfalls might I run into getting representation, dismissal grounds, etc...?
Sarcastic smartasses will be hunted down and killed, so leave the witty comments and dark humor at the door. Sincere advice only please.