In the course of evidence in court in case of will,
the person completely denies three handwritten letters written by him. Those letters would shake the foundation of his argument that our parents were with me when the will was written - so he denies his own letters - one of these being a postcard with visible stamp. My lawyer says not to bother about it but I feel there must be some way in which rules regarding lying on oath, perjury etc must apply to him.
What can I do to convince the court that this is, in fact his handwriting ....