Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
What would you like to know?
The falsehood has no bearing on the divorce.
Technically she committed an offence through the false registration.
However all she has to say is that she thought he was or could be the father
There will not be any prosecution and even it came out in the divorce it would have no relevance nor impact.
There iI am not sure why you feel this issue is relevant to the finances.
The child is not yours in any way and you are in no way financially liable for it and if there has been a Parental Order that is the end of the matter
The man has no place on the Form E - unless you say that she is now living with him.
The child is of no relevance other than as the cause of the divorce - and that is not relevant to the financial outcome
Have questionnaires yet been raised?
Then yes you can raise any questions that arise from her Form E - including any accounts or assets she has not disclosed