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Objective of Special Agents of IRS in a Criminal Tax Investigation in a Divorce
The objective of the Special Agent of the Internal Revenue Service is usually to follow its mandate in attempting to obtain relevant facts to determine whether or not there has been any criminal tax violations and whether or not to proceed with indictment and/or prosecution. In the course of the investigation, the Special Agent will be attempting to assemble a quality referral for prosecution. That does not mean the Internal Revenue Service wishes to criminally prosecute all targets. However, the Internal Revenue Service attempts to investigate relevant facts, obtain information through third party summonses, conduct interviews with third parties as the Special Agent deems appropriate and possibly coordinate with other agencies in regard to the investigation.
In deciding child custody, the Illinois court does not consider the gender of the custodial parent. The court considers all relevant factors including the wishes of the child's parents, the wishes of the child, the relationship of the child with the parents, siblings, and any other person who significantly affects the child's best interest, the child's adjustment to home, school, and community, the mental and physical health of everyone, any physical violence by the child's potential custodian, whether directed at the child or at another person, episodes of repeated abuse whether directed at the child or directed at another person, and the willingness and ability of each parent to encourage a close relationship between the other parent and the child.
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