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As the result of a divorce settlement my ex wife was granted possession of a car purchased during our marriage with a 6 month window to refinance the auto loan into her name solely removing me as the co signer. Because the loan was not refinanced within the 6 months required I began court proceeding asking for enforcement of the ruling. My ex wife ultimately consulted a bankruptcy attorney 2 days prior to our court date and I was told by the judge that there was nothing I could do until the auto loan had been discharged. As a result, a 1099c was filed by the auto loan lender to IRS and in turn I have received a bill from IRS for over $600 as the 1099c shows as income on my behalf. How might I proceed in fighting this bill from IRS?