Can a fifty-fifty notarized doc give a father the right to claim a child on his taxes that does not live with him?
This agreement has never been actually put into place, as far as fifty-fifty anything. I have sole custody and she lives with me. I pay for all her schooling and anything else. I believe since she started school he bought her two pairs of shoes and they both had to go back because of either being to big or to small. We had been alternating back and forth yearly claiming her just because. He did not work last year and I am paying for everything on my own. I do not think it fair to let him claim her when he pays for nothing for her. He only sees her for about an hour or so once or twice a week. I do not feel safe having her go to his house so he never gets her overnight. He says because of the notarized doc he has the right ot claim her. Does he?
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