By fuckmylifeLulu - 09/04/2011 16:07 - United States
Add a comment - Reply to : #
Report it to the IRS and file a form1040X. Trust me the IRS WILL correct it. They don't want to pay a fraudulent tax filing. Also if it was agreed upon that you claim the children in the divorce decree you can take her and your ex to both family court and federal court. Good luck :)
She should have asked you first since they are YOUR kids not hers
actually no. I just went through all of this and Apparently if they are married and are his kids then he can file for them whenever. yes if it's in the divorce papers that he old gets such and such years then she might have something but the cost for a lawyer is going to be twice what she owes. and if the ex and new wife file together then technically they can be her kids and they will get the money. the IRS doesn't really give a crap.
Everybody is mostly right. 1) The parent the kids live with more than 50% of the time gets to claim them 2) Unless there is a divorce agreement that says otherwise 3) Fun exception: If child support is higher than the recipient's income, the non-custodial parent can claim the children as dependents. 4) This often results in a shitstorm
I just got a divorce, I was lucky enough to talk my dunce x husband into letting me claim our son every year, now usually if the parent paying child support continues to pay the divorce decree will state that in even years the mother claims the children, in odd, the father.
it is fraud. call the IRS and the ex and new Cunt will get into trouble and have to pay the IRS and u back as well. then take them back to court and explain it to the judge and punish them both. lol I know it works I've done it. cuz my ex did the exact same thing to me.
I'm pretty sure that's fraud and she can get her ass in jail for that :-S
That is fraud. My ex has done that to me. Call the IRS and tell them the problem. She will get an audit and have to pay it back, and u should get the money.