The right to claim your child is yours but you can sign a waiver stating that you are allowing your ex to claim her. I think it would need to be done each year that you allow it though…
there is actually a way on the form that you can specify what years that you are allowing your ex to claim the child so you don’t have to fill out the same form every year.
No it is fairy common for parents to alternate the dependency exemptions for their children. It is permissible to do this as long as only one parent claims the child each year.
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Is it unusual for parents to alternate claiming their child(ren) on their yearly taxes. I claim my daughter on the even years and my ex claims her on the odd years. She lives with me 365 and I have full custody. I was told it was not legal for us to do this.