Yes, the judge can award the exemptions to her (and usually do if she has physical custody). Yes, he has the right and you would have to have your lawyer petition to have the decree changed. It is more usualy to split the exemptions but that should have been taken up in court at the time of the decree. Neither the Feds nor the states will allow you to take exemptions she has already taken. Without a decree stating you get the exemptions, you would loose at audit.
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