He should also go to all credit agencies and report the problem to clear his credit history. Send them a copy of the police report. If he really wants to sue the mother of his children, he should contact a local attorney.
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I agree with Attorney Dugan, you need to report this to all the credit bureaus as an identity theft.
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Yes, report it to the credit agencies, speak to a local civil attorney and, in addition, I would strongly suggest that he go to the local field office with his ID and birth certificate and get a new social security number. If she knows it, what is going to stop her from using it again?
The local field office is located at 2608 South 47th Street, Suite A, Tacoma, WA 98409.