Motion for Protected Address

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A party to a legal proceeding may make a formal request to the Court that their address be protected (not revealed) to the public or the opposing parties in a case by filing a Motion for Protected Address. For the motion to be granted, there must be a reasonable belief that physical or emotional harm may result to the requesting party or their minor child(ren) if their address is disclosed. Furthermore, that party will also state if they have a valid Order of Protection in place and/or the reasons why they reasonably believe there will by physical or emotional harm to self or his/her minor children. Once properly filed, the Motion for Protected Address will either be granted or denied by the Judge within five (5) Court business days from the time the Judge receives the request.

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