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OK -are you able to provide evidence to the court that the allegations are false?
]You would need to provide a statement detailing the contents of the recordings and with print outs of the messages.
You can take the original recordings to court and offer to play them to the judge if they need to hear them.
Your statement also needs to set out all evidence you want to submit to make your case and refute her claims.
It is best to send this into the court at least 48 hours prior to the hearing, with the case number and marked for the attention of the judge dealing with the case. You can give her a copy at court on the day.
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