Q) What happens if a parent lies about a case and puts the parent who actually has custody of the child on child support
A) If a parent lies about a custody case and falsely claims that the parent who actually has custody of the child owes child support, the falsely accused parent can dispute the claim in court. They would need to provide evidence and arguments to prove that they have custody of the child and are not required to pay child support. The court will review the evidence and make a determination based on the best interests of the child. If the falsely accused parent is successful, the child support order may be modified or dismissed, and the falsely accused parent may be able to recover any payments made. However, it is important to consult with a lawyer to understand the specific laws and procedures in your jurisdiction.