I am on social security and share joint physical custody the judge assigned me the dependant exemptions and i pay 19 dollars child support I have come to find out I cannot file taxes so how do i go back and apply for the tactical 9 proposol that would make my ex wife pay me child support based on the dissomaster and judges remarks also since i cannot claim the kids can my exwife claim them without filing a 8332 form
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Social Security Lawyers
I will post this under other practice areas - this is a tax and/or family law issue, not Social Security. Best of luck to you.
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