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No, if you have any sense, you will withdraw. It makes absolutely no sense to argue about whose Petition is the best or who has the most right to petition or who has or has not lied on their Petition. The judge doesn''t give a flying carp who petitions. All he cares about is whether the marriage has broken down or not. It clearly has, since you have both petitioned for divorce. So why waste time, money and energy fighting over who has the most right to be petitioner?
He has lied on the Petition which can be proven so if he has any sense he will withdraw.