My divorce was final in December and I have primary custody of our two children. My ex decided to claim one of our children on his taxes unrightfully. When I went to file my taxes, they were rejected because a social was already in use. I contacted my lawyer, who sent a letter to his lawyer in refrence to the issue. I am concerned because I have two weeks to file. Does anyone know how this is handled, through the courts or through the IRS? What should I do to rightfully claim both of the children on my taxes?
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