A loupole child support can be claimed on taxes

by Paul
(B.R.,La.)

I paid child support for 14 years then became disabled due to vehicle accidents. I never or very rarely got to see my child. I told this situation to the state workers attorney generals lawyers judges' and others that should have put a stop to me not seeing my son. I tolds support servises I had no visitation at all so they sent me to a woman in their office that was over visitation rights and she said if the mother didn't want me to see him it was up to the mother and they didn't do her job. I was diasbled from a vehicle accident and the injuries I sustained from that.The state took out money from before the accident and afterwards which they were not supposed to get arrears and he quit school before he was 17 or 18 but wasn't told about him quitting so they hit me for arrears there too.I'm going to have to reopen my case to get the money back.


I have found a loupole to where you can have child support claimed on your taxes and it's perfectly legal .You can receive your child supporton your taxes if it's worded the correct way and she will have to claim it as money she received. Also you can claim the child every other year as long as you're paid upon child support. The loupole did cost me by going to court taking off work lawers fees and court costs and now am trying to live on less than $800.00 a month but am sinking futher in debt. But this information is not what everyone want you to know.

If you're interested in retrieving this information let me know and get ready to reword your child support aggrement.

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I NEED INFORMATION & HELP...please
by: my little novic

I am a single mother, trying to raise my son (who is as of june 28th turning 6).I recieve no assistance from his father who has called maybe 3 times as of last july 9th(2011)..No visitations no money, no cloths,no help....nothing. I started out thinking we had a family until the smacks and puches really started to hurt, to get harder and to take a toll on my life and as a mother. Getting thrown down stairs and trying to protect my son, I have never been soooo scared in my life. What was I to do , but to look for the first reason to leave after all I was 23 n have never had the responsibilty of a baby on my own, this world is fiece and scary. So finally he breaks down and after a smack and tumble down the stairs he decides to throw my son's and my stuff out side the front door.. Telling me we are ruining his life and to get out of his life before he does something he might regret. I called the cops (long island, ny) my son's father agreed to bring my son & I 4 hours away to a place at that time I have only dreamed about, the only place that was ever closet to a home.....He agreed upon me not finishing police call and getting a statement and incident report that he and his brother would drive my son & I to my family...So it is Dec. 25th 2010 the day after his recent episode and he brings us to my family, the best & only good thing he has ever done...For victor(my son) & me both. Victor"s father has no relationship with him , doesn't call, I have full custody & visitation is agreed by parents & he does NOT care for victor, don't care to call, or even make plans to vidst & to visit. All he wants was maybe a control over me, but in one of the worst ways, and the most painful that I copuld ever know..Victor & I do NOT hear from him, he dont visit and obviously dont care to ever visit(trust me thats great on our half)I was scared my son would have his father's quailitys.. Well he does nothing for victor....Zero, NOTHING.I texted him before i claimed taxes and asked him if he cliamed vic...He says no, but I know him, he don't want me to make it he wants me to fall...HOW DO I FIND OUT IF HE CLAIMED VICTOR???? plea and crawl back to him. Any information is better than nothing..and thank you very much.

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Laws are prehistoric!!
by: Anonymous

Let's face it...child support laws are prehistoric and all for the woman. Every law in our system gets looked at and modified as time goes on and if you ever look at child support laws and how they are constructed, the man has absolutely NO chance unless your filthy rich or the woman doesn't want the child. No matter what the woman makes fo rincome they base your payment on a % of your gross. It doesn't matter what bills you have or how deep in debt she left you or what she did...they want you to PAY THE POOR WOMAN. They lie about what they want and th ecourt believes them, they commit contemp of court by violating visitation rights and on and on...so here's the deal. Get through it th ebest you can cause to put it mildly...you're f- - - - - !
Unless you wanna spend 10's of thousands of dollars to a lawyer that truthfully could give a sh-- about what happens..you're just gonna put yourself through years of trauma and WORSE financial crisis.
TRUST me, I've been there and am still there...it's a nightmare.
My wife gambled me into financial oblivion..lost a home with a pool, 3 new cars...had 3 bank accounts closed and spent every dime I ever made from an $85,000/yr job... and I lost my side of the family to go with it because of her gambling.
When I got laid off ...she found a part time job and ran out on me setting me up and literally leaving me destitute!!!!!
She never worked in 15 years and then when she can help out...she leaves me like a dog!!!! I had NOTHING..I'm on $688 unemployment a month and gotta pay her 160/month////she makes $1200 a mo///sp where the hell is the justice!!!!!!!!!!I treated her and my child like gold and she says I did all this bull---- I never did...I was a GREAT father and husband...so THERE YOU ARE!!!!

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loopole
by: Anonymous

desperate father wants to know how to claim my child on my taxes. ekeon9@yahoo.com

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modification
by: angela

call the child support agency who has your case and tell them you want to file a modification, but as far as claiming the child on taqxes you can go back to court and ask the judge. me and my ex claim the child every other year to help offset.

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HELP!!
by: Andrew

I am a father of a 7 year old boy and I have only been home for 2 of his birthdays. I am in the military and have very limited access to my son. The time we do get to spend together is always very good and he misses me and wants me around more, but i cant because of my duty status. Recently his mother went to the courts and requested that the child support be raised. I have paid on time every month in the full amount for 7 years now. The raise in support wouldnt bother me as much as the fact that she will not allow me to claim him as a dependent on my taxes....EVER...This is all new to me and I dont really have time to deal with alot of this. I have a deployment coming up in Nov. I believe so I am hoping to get it taken care of before that.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

andrew.g.ball@uscg.mil

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new info might help
by: Anonymous

If both parents claim IRS can catch up with you if time allows them, With 50/50 custody the law is you can claim if he or she lives with you 6 months or more, but custodial parents has upper hand my custody is like 49 me 51 ex so by law she has the right to claim but if you an ex can compromise their is options to splitting the tax between you both she claims certain things and you claim a couple things and then you both get a share which is ideal but if you and ex don't get along or she wants it all its hard, I claimed her for a year because we hadn't went to court yet and I was the primary caregiver and the child was with me 9+months of the year but once custody has been set then the tax game changes depending on the result so I let her claim her for two years after because I didn't investigate into enough now I have and with cooperation from ex can now split tax relief but if not option and you pay your support you can claim but may have to explain to IRS one day be aware though if you owe arrears there going to take it anyways so not worth the risk of paying back cps and irs good luck hope i helped clear it up a little bit

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Loupole
by: Anonymous

Hello Paul,

I too am very interested in receiving this information. Please contact me at njayge@yahoo.com

Thank you so much in advance,

Nate

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LOUPOLE
by: Anonymous

Paul, I am very interested how to claim child support on taxes. I was paying $776.00 a month for my 3 year old daughter always, but am now unemployed due to company relocated out of state. I have done everything possible to keep up but now have fallen 1 month behind and am trying hard to catch it up, but now the mother and her loser 22 year old boyfried that does not work or even have a car do not let me see my daughter, which she was always with me and my parents because they liked to go out and party. Please someone help me. How do I lower my child support and claim it as well

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Child support
by: Art

This is for Paul, I am very interested regarding this loupole? HOw can I use the child support on my taxes? I was paying $776.00 per month but now am unemployed, company relocated out of state and have tried to keep up with my payments but its been hardI am about 1 month behind and trying to get that cought up but with no luck.
Please can someone give me advise, The mother and her new loser boyfriend that does not work and drives her car to go out and party will not let me see my 3 daughter the always was with me and my parents cause they were always going out to party.

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I have been fighting for custody of my boys!
by: Mike H

Thank you for the tip, i was referred to centerforlegalhelp.com for legal council. But endup getting their help to file for custody on my own. They are awesome. It was fast and my ex is the one with no response now.

Because of overpaying for child support and I never had the money for legal help, I could not afford to even defend my visitation rights. I just want to let everyone know if you want the truth and a group that understands how hard this is monetarily, call them. I got the referral when I called usfamilyadvocates. -Mike

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Affordable Professional help
by: Anonymous

I am a mother who is fighting for custody of her 16 year old son. Due to paying child support, I could not hire an attorney but I found a wonderful website: www.usfamilyadvocates.com and I was able to file for a change of custody. Give them a call to see if they can help. I promise you won't regret it!

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about the lie
by: Anonymous

he or she has to have some form of proof, if not then you have them. they will have to prove. If they have proof and it is substantial then you could be in trouble. Proof would be paying to the state, receipts both of you signed and so on. Without these he will be in trouble for tax fraud.

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port but haven't had access to my daughter!
by: Anonymous

I never got the chance to see my daughter grow, as her mother took her away from me after birth! But years later, she started collecting child support from me which I didn't know until my daughter was 13 years old. In 2007 when I was pulled over for speeding, the police officer told me my license was suspended for non-payment of child support. I didn't understand what was going on until I went to court. The mother abandoned me with our child, giving me no clue to where she was starting her new life with my daughter. She wanted me completely out of the picture! I searched for years with no luck as to where they were, only to find out later they were living miles away! Once things had gone awry in her new relationship is when I was hit with child support payment arrears and had lost my license! Once I knew where my daughter was, I made every attempt with the child support enforcement worker(the one who took me to court), to let me know where my daughter was and how to apply for visitation rights. But NEVER got a response after many, many attempts...even calls to her supervisor! It was only until tax time that I realized how much they had me in arrears and took more than half my taxes, that I realized my daughter was moved out of state to New Mexico because her mom was tipped off by this so-called worker as to my intentions to gain visitation! Suddenly, I no longer owed child support, and my daughter was only 14! I am pissed at the Colorado system and wish someone out there can give me some very constructive advice!!!! Please! Signed.....A Desperate FATHER!!!

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I NEED YOUR ADVICE
by: Anonymous

Our situtation I know sucks but you mentioned tax break if i paid support I have 50/50 custody and have overpaid until recently when the court finally woke up and am know owed back support from her mom which is good but I want to claim my child I spend more than allotted time with the child more than six month due to ex choice to enjoy other things I feel I have a right to claim her is IRS going to come if we both claim her she's insisted she will claim her every year and I dont care about taking turns every year so what option do i have ? one more question the first year while we went to court i claimed her because i raised her but afterwards i lost and became 70/30 for awhile in which i let her claim her but now its 50/50 and i think since i pay mer medical,dental am the eager participant in the childs life and spend more than six months out of the years with her i have a right too,no?
My email is jonepling@yahoo.com any help would be informative and appreciated thank you

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I found this really good, but..
by: Laurie

I am wondering about this?

What if the noncustodial parent has not paid in years and they do this on their taxes. In otherwords- LIE.

My ex is 4 yrs behind and owes 14,547.00 in AZ to the children, is it reasonable to think he can claim this without having documentation of such payments for this that has not been paid?

I am all for this for the men that pay out the butt and have barely anything to live on. I think that would be great for them to have a little extra cause of these women that take more then is needed. Will these men and women get aduited by the lovely IRS???

Let me know about this, please. Do you know how many people this can help out??

Thanks -Laurie
lelah35@gmail.com

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