I assume that when you refer to "other pages" you are talking about your attachments such as Schedule A or Schedule B. On those schedules you would only list the social security number of the person listed first on your Form 1040, so I don't think that is the problem.
If your both your form 1040 and your form 8379 have your husband's name and social security number listed first, and then your name and social security number listed second, then it sounds like you completed that part properly. On the form 8379 next to the names, there are also boxes to check to indicate which one of you is the injured spouse. Make sure you checked the box next to your name and not your husband's.
If everything else appears correct, contact the IRS at(NNN) NNN-NNNNto see if they even acknowledge receiving your Form 8379, and if it has been processed.
Also, I just noticed that you are from the state of California. Keep in mind that is a community property state, so all of your income and expenses will be treated as they were earned or expensed 50/50 by each spouse. That shouldn't keep you from getting a portion of the refund, but it may not be the actual percentage of your earnings since income from community property states is calculated differently. Basically you would be entitled to 50% of any refund that was due, but no more than that amount. Also, California itself does not recognize injured spouse claims, so if you had any state refund coming it would still be kept by the state to offset any child support debt.
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