For the last 3 years I have tried to make things work with my ex sadly she continues to take advantage of me it was said that we would trade off years claiming our daughter stating I claim her on odd years and my ex-wife would claim her on even I found out that my ex-wife claimed my daughter to get the earned income credit and her response to me was the IRS says that she can do it but what can I do about State Court rulings
If you have the legal right and you follow it's rules, just claim your child and appeal any IRS opinio. Best to hire a tax attorney
You need to have her sign a form 8832 waiving her right to claim in the odd years. If she doesn't do it then take her back to court. I find many of the tax details are never followed up or completed in these divorces.
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