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Answered 2007-07-14 12:54:03

Hi, unfortunately yes, only if your married and the two of you file a joint income tax return, you can file separate tax returns, but in most cases one, or both of you could end up paying anyways. Plus when the two of you file together the courts will end up overriding a return and taking it for any back support owed, if $ is due on the return, 99% of newly married couples who are getting a $ return thru IRS, just go-ahead and allow IRS to take the return to get caught back up on support owed. So the next year's return might not hurt so bad and possable get a little back. Now if the support is up to date on payments, your best bet would be file married but filing separate. (only if your getting back..) Good luck!

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