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Tax Plannning for Divorce (Part 3-Medical Expenses)

Guest Post by John Ellsworth, Esq.

If you continue to pay a child’s medical bills after the divorce, you can include those costs in your medical expense deductions even if your ex-spouse has custody of the child and claims the dependency exemption. But the best thing to do is to have this also stated in your divorce decree or marital separation agreement.


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  3. Tax Planning for Divorce (Part 1-Filing Status)
  4. Tax Planning for Divorce (Part 5-Payments to Your Ex)
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