Mr.A ,Mrs.A and their son B(toddler) lived together till Oct 2017 and then Mrs.A moved out due to disputes and started living separate and took their son B with her. Tax

Mr.A ,Mrs.A and their son B(toddler) lived together till Oct 2017 and then Mrs.A moved out due to disputes and started living separate and took their son B with her.   Tax Implications?

Facts:-

they are not officially separate yet or divorced, they are trying to reach a settlement will eventually start living together again.

My question is :-

(a) for 2017 tax return, does Mrs. A need to have sin no. of Mr.A to file the T1 return in profile?

(b) Mrs. A wants to file a seperate T1 return, who can claim the CCB?

(c) Mrs. A status is still married, does she needs to update any thing about this to CRA.

Your Response is much appreciated.

Thanks

SR

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