My Ex Illegally Claimed the Kids on Taxes

by | Mar 29, 2021 | Child Support, Family Law Friday | 0 comments

What can I do if my ex claimed the kids on their taxes and it’s my year?

I’m Jaclyn Robertson with JR Law Group and welcome to Family Law Friday.

 

With tax season upon us, this is a common issue that comes up. The long and short is, don’t stress. You can still claim them if it’s your year.

When you try to submit taxes, and the other party claimed the child(ren), your taxes may bounce back. If this happens, first thing you should do is contact the IRS.

You can call or mail a letter (calling is generally easier – generally being a relative term when dealing with the IRS) and you’ll ultimately most likely need to send in a copy of your Divorce Decree affirming that it is in fact your year to claim the children.

Again, you’re dealing with the IRS so the process may take a while, but ultimately, you’ll still have the benefit of claiming the children.

If you have questions beyond this about your case and would like to schedule a consultation, give us a call. 385-770-7451

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