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non custodial parent a birth certificate and ss#
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.
Yes of course you do. Why would you not give that information, what are the other issues that would cause you concern to give that information?
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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