Custodial Parent


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Custodial Parent

The parent with whom a child lives for the greater part of the year.
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Grier was Michaelangelo's custodial parent, with Heidenberg provided visitation rights.
This student's custodial parent is unmarried, earns a modest income and rents a home.
(6) Where the court determines that the custodial parent is seeking work and incurs child care expenses as a result thereof, the court may determine reasonable child care expenses and may apportion the same between the custodial and non-custodial parent.
Proposed regulations issued last year provide greater certainty for parents with whom dependent qualifying children do not reside but who are allowed by the custodial parent to claim certain dependent tax benefits under Sec.
It is not a given that the primary custodial parent will keep the martial residence.
Gates was not Moody's custodial parent during her childhood.
If you have a bank account with $50,000 and you owe the custodial parent $20,000, yes, we're going to take that.
Latrice Parler of San Antonio, Texas, who identifies herself in court documents as the girls' custodial parent, is suing in federal court, while injured passenger Pernell James has filed a lawsuit in Tuscaloosa County.
The custodial parent and the dependent student share responsibility for providing progress reports, transcripts and/or grades to a paying non-custodial parent if requested.
The dependency exemption for a child can be claimed automatically by the custodial parent, i.e., the parent with physical custody for the greater part of the year (26 CFR section 1.152-4).
Enmeshment and overidentification of the child with the favored custodial parent is common.