What If The Other Parent May Cause Me Or The Child Physical Or Emotional Harm If My Address Is Disclosed, Or If I Have A Protective Order?
You should notify DCSE immediately, and sign an Affidavit of Nondisclosure. This will ensure that information about your location is not released unless a court determines otherwise.
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