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    I believe the answer lies in the wording of the...

    I believe the answer lies in the wording of the tie-breaker rules below. The custodial parent is not claiming the children by not filing a return. The OP has the higher AGI because the custodial...
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    If both the OP and the Grandparent claim the...

    If both the OP and the Grandparent claim the children as "Qualified Relatives" under the same criteria and conditions on their respective 2014 tax returns:
    1.)How does the IRS determine who to give...
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    I read all of those pages in detail and have come...

    I read all of those pages in detail and have come to the conclusion that only the custodial Parent (mother)technically "qualifies" to claim the children as her dependent because they live with her...
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    I understand the rules state that I do not...

    I understand the rules state that I do not qualify because the kids spend less than half of the year living with me, but this same condition exist for the Grandparents, so why would it not exclude...
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    The only person qualified is the Custodial Parent...

    The only person qualified is the Custodial Parent and she is not filing taxes. The children do not ever live with the grandparents. What makes the grandparents more qualified to claim the deduction...
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    In 2013 we filed as "Married-joint", so the IRS...

    In 2013 we filed as "Married-joint", so the IRS has no current knowledge of a change in marital status. The Custodial parent is not filing a return for 2014, so the kids SS# won't show up there. If I...
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    The gifts to her are closer to $250K/year. About...

    The gifts to her are closer to $250K/year. About $20k/month deposited into an account that she uses to pay all of her bills and expenses via a debit card and on-line banking. The majority of that...
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    I understand the tax implication but I do not see...

    I understand the tax implication but I do not see how one can possibly document what percentage of her monthly stipend supports my children versus supporting my Ex-wife and her lifestyle of the rich...
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    If the children do not ever live in their...

    If the children do not ever live in their grandparents house and the grandparents do not have any ownership of the hose the children live in, how can they make any claim for directly providing food...
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    Custodial parent does not file taxes

    My ex wife has our 3 children more than half the time and is considered the custodial parent. She comes from a very wealthy family and is supported by her parents but she lives in her own home. She...
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