Divorce is a time when many people make poor choices they would not otherwise make. Unfortunately, because of the emotional stress that divorce can present, one parent may choose to make false allegations against the other to gain some leverage over him or her in the courtroom. Whether a parent is motivated by fear of losing custody of children, simply out of spite or for some other reason, false allegations are dangerous for both parties.
If your spouse makes false allegations against you, then you need to consult with an attorney immediately. Even if the allegations are proven untrue, your reputation may suffer greatly until you prove your innocence. An experienced attorney can help you identify the best strategy to combat false allegations and protect your future.