yes it was to include child support and visitation.
I'm having difficulty determining if you got my last response.
I will assume you will email me your response. I have more work to do.
She's stating that since we filed taxes together in 2012 that nullifys the seperation. I did that because we built the house together that year and contracted it ourself. I felt it would minimize the tax nightmare. Does filing taxes together in 2012 and occasional co-habitation have any affect on the seperation being in effect.?
And no issue with intermittant co-habitation in regard to the force of the legal seperation? Probably 1/2 the time since seperation? Those were her two arguments in regard to authenticity of the legal seperation.
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