Which Parent Gets The IRS Dependency Exemption?

Jacksonville Child Custody Lawyers will tell you that many parents argue over who will get the IRS child dependency exemption in a Florida Child Custody case. In the case of Florida divorce, the parent having child custody for the greater portion of the year will get the IRS dependency exemption. However, in the event of so-called “joint custody” in Florida or “rotating custody” in Florida, child custody will be deemed to be with the parent who has the physical custody of the child for the majority of the actual overnights with the child. The IRS exemption can save big bucks in a child custody case in Jacksonville. Please call me at 904-685-1200 if you have a question about a Florida child custody attorney or if you have a Florida child custody case.

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