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From December to end of July, of 2013, I was deployed to afghan. My wife (soon to be ex) went back to colorado springs in august of 2013 with the kids. When I came back is when I was able to start all the paper work to file for divorce, currently we are still married, so my question is when I file for taxes do I have to give her some money? She has never worked nor has a job, she lives with her parents and only income she gets is the child support I give her. Can her parents claim my kids? My understanding is the parent that spends the most time with the kids gets to claim them, but I was deployed for afghan, is that an exemption? What are my options?
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