My ex wife is trying to claim our son on taxes even though our divorce decree states that I can claim him on even years, and she can claim him on odd years. It has been brought to my attention that she can deny signing the 8332 form allowing me to claim my year under the new tax law. Am I able to file a motion of contempt with the courts?
Thank you for your advice.
If it is your year to claim the dependency exemption and you are current for any support payments due this calendar year, yes you can enforce your right in family court.
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