Your question was fairly devoid of details, so the answer is necessarily a bit general, but --
If you have joint legal custody, I'd say that the NCP has the same right to the information that you do.
I'd also question why he/she needs it - if you're supposed to alternate the tax exemption, for instance, then I'd say you have to provide it.
I agree with my two colleagues. If you and the non custodial parent have joint legal custody you should provide the information.
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