In SO's child support agreement is a clause that he must split the child tax credit with BM.
However BM has never filed taxes because she has NEVER had a job since the divorce and lives off child support and now child support plus a new husband.
Anyway this has never come up until now due to other custody issues.
My thought is that there is no way for SO to 'split' tax credit with BM if she doesn't file taxes. To me splitting the credit would be they each claim a child or claim every other year. There is no way he can 'split' his tax return that would be ludicrous however that is what BM and her lawyer are eluding to.
Anyone else dealt with this type of situation?