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I am sorry to hear of this terrible situation.
Is your ex spouse posting nasty opinions or actually telling lies about you?
That is ridiculous and so malicious.
So what you can do is have a lawyer send him a cease and desist letter. The letter will demand a full written retraction that he can be required to post online and an apology. It will also threaten a lawsuit.
If the letter does not work then you can sue and seek damages as well as the retraction and even a restraining order.
Does that help as starting point?
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The lawyer can get an order from the court requiring the internet service provider to trace the IP address.
Is there anything more I can help you with at this point in time?