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Domestic Violence

Violencia intrafamiliar

I’M AFRAID TO GIVE MY HOME ADDRESS. DO I HAVE TO INCLUDE IT IN THE COURT PAPERWORK?

No.  If you feel that giving your home address will put you or anyone you live with in danger, you do not have to give your home address but you will need to fill out a request for the court to seal your address (Supreme Court Form 4-961B). Sealing your address on the court paperwork means your address will not be provided to anyone, except for the judge and court staff.  You must give the court a valid mailing address so the court can send you any documents the respondent files in the case and notice of any upcoming court hearings.

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