i pay 6000 dollars a year for chid support am i allowed to claim my child
Mostly likely not, unless it's documented in divorce papers or any other legal document. The parent that the child resides with 12 months of the year has this right because they are the one that is the main supporter of the child.
You could have legal action taken against you if you file wrongfully.
by Keith Schroeder6 years ago
I'll be happy to answer them. I have practiced in the tax field for 27 years and enjoy helping others resolve tax issues. If the question requires a large answer I will create a hub page.
by kadeth7 years ago
can i get introuble if i claim my 2 children but i pay child support and they don't live with me?the mother gave me there socials and said i could claim them i just dont want to get introuble
by alaphonte2227 years ago
i have a daughter that i pay child support for do i get to claim my daughter
by cwebb248 years ago
My son is 26 not working and is a full time college student, can I claim him for the 2009 tax year?
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