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Can your ex-wife and her new husband legally claim your children on their taxes if she does not have a taxable income but he does?

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Yes, if the couple is responsible for more than half of the financial support pertaining to the child/children. If the support amount is equal, it would be advisable for the parents to try to find an equitable solution w/o involving the court.
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