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DLO_FL

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Anyone know...
« on: Nov 20, 2004, 02:25:50 PM »
what law CSE is referring to when they say they cannot release the CP's address? I thought I read somewhere a few years back that as long as their were no order protecting this information, a ncp has the right to the information. Am I mistaken?


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RE: Anyone know...
« Reply #1 on: Nov 20, 2004, 07:54:58 PM »
Privacy Act of 1974 if I remember correctly....

And yep, they won't release it to me either or anything they send to the EX as a matter of fact.  Fortunately, I'm usually the one giving them the information though....

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RE: Anyone know...
« Reply #2 on: Nov 28, 2004, 09:15:04 AM »
>what law CSE is referring to when they say they cannot
>release the CP's address? I thought I read somewhere a few
>years back that as long as their were no order protecting this
>information, a ncp has the right to the information. Am I
>mistaken?


The only time the CSE has to release this information is for the purpose of serving summons. Even then, the CSE can retain the choice to serve the summons themselves, by mail or otherwise. All either parent needs to do is request a CSE keep their residency and phone number confidential from the other parent. As long as they supply the CSE with their current phone and address, they are under no obligation to let anyone else know. It is their right to privacy and in some cases, protection.  

 

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