This forum is for simple and general questions, not a substitute for legal and accounting advice. You have surveyed professionals of different disciplines and gotten different answers. You have also done your own independent research. It is time for you to decide what is right. To be safe, why not file separately during the conditional discharge period?
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Your questions are way too complicated to be answered in this general forum. You need to sit down and meet with a CPA or tax attorney so they can review your entire situation.
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