My wife and I are having financial difficulties and have entered into a debt settlement program. We are now being sued by one of the creditors and have already answered the summons explaining that we had no choice but to enter the debt program since I am on permanent Disability. The plaintiffs lawyer recently sent a "Notice of Motion to grant summary judgment to plaintiff" because we pretty much admitted that we owe the debt.
While I was looking through the papers I looked at the "Affidavit of Service" and noticed all sorts of false information such as:
1) The server marked that he served it to my wife when he did not, the envelope was stuffed in the front door. He even wrote a description of the person he claimed to serve.
2) He also stated that he asked the person whether the defendant was in the Military which also he did not because he didn't personally serve it to anyone.
3) He also wrote the date it was served was about a week before it was actually was served.
My question is are process servers allowed to lie like that on a sworn affidavit? Is there anything we can do? Any help would be greatly appreciated since we are PRO SE defendants.