My court documents state that I get to claim my son every year. I even pay more in order to do so. The IRS says that because he lives with the mother full time that she gets to claim him. Can I file contempt for her not following our court paperwork and claiming him as a Dependant? Our court documents were filed in Idaho.
Yes you can file a motion for contempt. Whether you do that in Washington or Idaho isn't clear from the facts you've provided.
" Our court documents were filed in Idaho." Only ID courts would be able to find contempt for violations of ID court orders.
You likely need to review the specific facts with attorneys practicing in ID to see what ID laws are.
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