24 years old, my dad filed for me as a dependent but I filed as a non-dependent

So I graduated undergrad in December 2018, and held a job until August when I started grad school. My birthday is in June, when I turned 24, so it doesn’t seem like I qualify as a child dependent, and I made 14k so I wouldn’t qualify as a relative dependent either. I did live with my parents throughout 2019, but it seems like the other circumstances would prevent me from being claimed. The problem is, my dad filed for me as a dependent, while I filed to not be able to be claimed as a dependent. Somehow, both of our returns were accepted however, and now I’m worried about having issues with the IRS, and also potentially receiving a stimulus check from this bill that’s being voted on tonight. Can anyone help with this?

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