Protected Address

A party can request to have their address protected from the other party. If granted by the Court, the Clerk must disclose the party’s address, and the party need not include their address on court filings. The opposing party delivers documents to the protected party by providing them to the Clerk to provide to the protected party. See ARFLP Rule 7.

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