My ex told me he doesn't have my sons SS#'s and I pointed out it would be on his taxes since he gets to declare them. He says he doesn't have it and works in construction & gets pd cash frequently. I think he isn't claiming all his income or the exemptions. Can I report him to the court? Can I revise prior years taxes when he didn't take them as dependents and claim them myself? Can I have support revised based on his tax returns?
Your questions are best answered by a divorce attorney, and the family law court that awarded you custody.
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You ask the court if you can claim them and then file amended returns.
This is not a comprehensive answer and it is impossible to provide a meaningful response without a consultation.
To report him to the court you have to make a motion for a hearing, and present evidence of your claims. Generally you cannot revise prior years taxes because he was granted the deduction. If you make a motion for a hearing, you can ask the court to revise the support based on evidence but not hunches.
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You can request an agreement from your x spouse and amend your taxes accordingly. The tax savings from claiming a child can be substantial.