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My son is trying to file his taxes and their pretty straight forward except for the fact that his wife has decided to file with another man that she lives with (weird situation) and a child is involved. She is neither married to this man nor has she lived with him for the entire year. My son sends 310.00 a month in child support which I understand is not tax deductible but my question is whether she has the right to pull off a stunt like this legally. Seems to me that if this was the case anyone could use anyone else as an exemption no holds barred. If anyone has any knowledge of this subject please E-mail me at Aprater@msis.net.
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