== == When parents are divorced, the use of the children's exemptions is generally determined by the decree. It has nothing to do with who pays for what. The parent with whom the children reside for over 50% of the year may claim Head of Household status. At no time may both parents claim the same children in the same year on separate income tax returns. http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p501.pdf
Your right to claim dependents has nothing to do with your income...only if you can and they are "qualifying child or relative" by the tests needed.
Only if he has a legal right to one of them.
Claim the loans? You mean claim the interest on the loans, right. Loans are neither a deduction or income.
Yes, parents have the right to say in whom their children marry.Parents have the right to say whom their children marry because parents know what is best for their children.They have the past experience of marriage and they know who they should marry as they know their likes and dislikes and what their consequences may be.The children may be underage and the parents have the right to stop them and guide them, by teaching them the right things. The children might not know what is the real meaning of marriage and what marriage is for.No, parents do not have the right to have a say in whom their children marry.Children should make their own decisions.Forcing the children may cause them to have an unhappy marriage.The children must be independent and choose who they want to marry.Neutral.Parents may have already arranged an arranged marriage and the children might decline.Children may choose who they want to marry but the parents may decline.Both the children and the parents may choose who the children marry.
You or your counsel can attempt it, however it is not normally a defense used within a family law context and may not be admissible.-quote- "Claim of right doctrine is a principle of taxation that causes a taxpayer to recognize income if she or he receives the income even though they do not have a fixed right to the income.This doctrine has currently become a source of abuse attempted by taxpayers seeking to evade paying their income tax by claiming that they do not have a right to the income." -unquote-
This is in Ephesians 6:1. "Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right."
Unfortunately it is. Many abusive parents cling to that so that it seems right for them to punish you. Granted, it's never a good thing, but they do.
The custodial Parent has the right to claim both children, but in your case if the NC parent is behind they will automatically take it from their tax refund anyway. But as with any agreement if it states the NC gets to claim one then you can only claim one. If there is not an agreement in that way, then the custodial has the right. The arrears owed to the C has no affect on the claiming rights of another.
Illegitimate children as opposed to adopted children, should be able to determine who their parents are.
No, the children have the right to live that lifestyle. I'd just accept it for what it is.
Yes and no. Yes because children need their own private space away from their parents. And no because their parents need to know what their children are getting up to in their room.
children do not respect their parents because children do not like to be told what to do and what they are doing wrong you must show them who is boss.Answer:Parents do not get respect as their right, it must be earned not commanded. Parents who abuse their children, lie, cheat, steal or are not honorable do not deserve respect.
The kid is not not an adult so the parents make the child's decision. But nothing says the parents will choose the right religion.
haqooqs of parents means RIGHT OF PARENTS WHICH THEY DESERVE FROM THERE CHILDREN AS LIKE RESPECT OBEDIENCE ETC
No. The spouse and children have the primary right. The grandparents may step in if there is no spouse and the children are minors.
Your auto insurance claim has nothing to do with filing your income taxes. You file your auto claim by notifying your agent right when the incident occurs so they can start working on the claim as fast as possible.
not unless their birth parents were abusive to them
It depends - parents should be allowed to spank their children. But beating, hitting, or any kind of abuse should not be tolerated. Children are children, but nevertheless human - albeit humans with rights.
THIS STATEMENT IS TOTALLY INCORRECT.Study proves that parents have a whole 15 years to put their children on the right track.
Parents owe their children kindness, love, security, a happy childhood, a sound education (with the help of schools) and a sense of right and wrong.
Yes, every child has a right to know the truth.
If the children are both of your natural biological or adopted children, then the parent with the highest adjusted gross income should file the children, if the children belong to one of the adults then that one is the only one that has a right to claim the children on their return. The other adult will file as single.
The only difference is that the children of educated parents who are also conscious of hygiene bring up their children in the same advantaged manner . But those parents who are themselves not educated and do not know anything about right hygiene bring up their children in the same disadvantaged manner.
No your husband cant clam on the property which is given by your parents He has no right to claim on it Answer: That depends on where you are and on what the paperwork says. It some places, it may be considered joint property. Check with a lawyer.