The only way to intercept your ex-spouse's tax
refund is to open a case with Utah DHS. See this link
DHS can instruct the IRS to redirect any tax refund to its accounts, and then DHS will pay you. You don't need your ex-husband's tax return to do this.
Note: If you already have a case open with DHS, and your ex is in arrears, then the refund will be automatically seized and sent to you.
Hope this helps.
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