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Question: My ex spouse and I were divorced in Arizona and now live in separate states. She is trying to obtain my current address but I am concerned for my safety. Do I have to provide her my address? What can I do to file something than will protect my personal information?

Answer: If an ex-spouse is a threat to one’s safety or well-being, a protective restraining order may be filed with the county court (http://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/SuperiorCourt/ProtectiveOrderCenter/index.asp . For more information, please visit the Divorce and Annulment topic on this website (http://azlawhelp.org/viewresults.cfm?mc=1&sc=3&showall=yes.

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  • My ex spouse and I were divorced in Arizona and now live in separate states. She is trying to obtain my current address but I am concerned for my safety. Do I have to provide her my address? What can I do to file something than will protect my personal information?

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