Solved: My family home was damaged during a flood in Louisiana in 2016. At the time my spouse and I were separated and now divorced, however the family home belongs to both of us. Can I claim thesis a deduction or credit in the Casualty or Theft Event section
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My family home was damaged during a flood in Louisiana in 2016. At the time my spouse and I were separated and now divorced, however the family home belongs to both of us. Can I claim thesis a deduction or credit in the Casualty or Theft Event section

 
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tygrtchr
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My family home was damaged during a flood in Louisiana in 2016. At the time my spouse and I were separated and now divorced, however the family home belongs to both of us. Can I claim thesis a deduction or credit in the Casualty or Theft Event section

If the home belonged to both of you, you are each entitled to claim HALF of the loss.

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tygrtchr
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My family home was damaged during a flood in Louisiana in 2016. At the time my spouse and I were separated and now divorced, however the family home belongs to both of us. Can I claim thesis a deduction or credit in the Casualty or Theft Event section

If the home belonged to both of you, you are each entitled to claim HALF of the loss.

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