for help ; open the third & fourth link on : Www.tax-refund-tips.infoThey can if you file a joint tax return with him. It isn't a case of "she says" he owes; either he owes it or he doesn't. So for over 12 years, he has failed to pay this one year of child support? Too bad he wasn't more responsible before now - but this is not stopping you from getting married, except in your own minds.
filing married jointly the one spouse can submit an injured spouse form to separate the spouses's liabilitiesThey will offset your refund if you file joint. You can file an injured spouse form with your return to get your share back. Maybe hold off on getting married till he fixes his problems from the past? He has had 12 years already so Im guessing the ONLY way he is going to get it fixed is if you bite the bullet and let them take it out of your refund.
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