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1095A will not be filed with your return. IRS will receive 1095A from the insurance company. You will file form 8962 to reconcile the credit you received. As long as everybody in the family had a qualifying insurance and Tax Act will not calculate any penalty, you will be fine.
Yes, your children's social security number will appear on your ex's 1095C but it really doesn't matter because 1095C is only for informational purposes. 1095A, however is important because of the credit reconciliation. You have to make sure that you "communicate" to the tax act that the children had full year coverage with a separate insurance company. It looks like you are being penalized for something. You should owe less or even get a small refund, NOT owe more when you switch to Head of household. Can you tell me how the return change when you check that everybody had a full year coverage and bypass the 1095A for now?