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Old 11-09-2017, 09:34 AM
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Originally Posted by trinton View Post
can someone confirm this works as opposed to each parent paying their full share? in terms of CRA
It works. I helped two parents with the same issue. Its all technicalities in how the agreement is written. What was done was a separate agreement just for the purposes of tax filings was reached. But, there was no fight between these parents. Both had gotten denied to claim the child. Problem is now resolved with proper wording.

As well, when both parents file they have to file what they are paying and getting in full. Not the difference on the offset. The agreement states that they will do this too.

Other than stating the residence pattern (not the schedule in full) and the child support obligations and how they were paid. Nothing more and nothing less. Minimal information. Don't file the whole bloody agreement or court order.

I am of the opinion that there should be 3 agreements and orders to simplify making changes.:

1. Custody and access (pure no CS or Section 7 in there)
2. Child Support and Section 7 for FRO/Other stuff.
3. Tax Filing Agreement (For CRA)

Good Luck!
Tayken

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