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Divorced or Separated Parents:

Determination of Dependency Exemption

Written by: Steven J. Fromm, J.D., LL.M. (Taxation)

Generally, children of divorced or separated parents are the dependents of the parent who has primary custody of the child during the year.  However in certain cases a child may be treated as a dependent of the noncustodial parent.  Here are some of the rules concerning cases where a noncustodial parent can claim a child as a dependent.

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