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ralphsrose

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What is the name of your state? IA
Ok, one more question. If I have sole physical custody and make more than my ex husband and he requests to be given the tax dependency exemption is there any he could recieve that? He is 7000 in the hole and doesnt currently have any visitation rights.
Thanks again:)
 


Whyte Noise

Senior Member
According to IRS tax laws, the person who is the primary custodian is allowed the exemption. The exception to this rule is if the parties agree to let the NCP claim the exemption on their return. In order for him to legally claim your child, he will have to attach either an IRS Form 8332 signed by you, OR attach the cover page, signature page, and the page from your divorce decree which states that he is able to claim the exemption.
 

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