Saratoga Child Custody Attorney Discusses Non-Custodial Parents Rights
Can the non-custodial parent ask for their address to be disclosed to the custodial parent due to personal reasons?
As an experienced Saratoga Child Custody Attorney I know that the answer is yes, they can. However, the non-custodial parent will have to be prepared to disclose exactly what your “personal reasons” are to the court. If granted, your address will be designated as “Confidential” on future petitions and court notices. That being said, the court reserves this designation for cases involving domestic violence, there is an existing Order of Protection, or for cases where there is a fear or history of misuse of confidential information (i.e. fraud or identity theft).
Are you wondering if the non-custodial parent can ask for their address to be disclosed to the custodial parent? If so, contact the experienced Saratoga Child Support Attorney Jennifer Sunderlin Morton.