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If a visitation order has been granted by the court, the court would need to have been informed of the address of the non custodial parent and approved of such before the visitation order was granted. There are circumstances under which the court will allow the visiting parent to not disclose his or her address to the custodial parent, but said parent must provide other contact information, (phone numbers, grandparents address, numbers, etc.). If the custodial parent believes allowing the children to participate in visitation when the cited circumstances exist, he or she should petition the court to have the visitation order amended to a suitable arrangement for all parties. The best option is to seek guidance from the attorney who handled the custodial case.

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Q: Do you have to allow visitation if the father will not give a permanent address?
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If there's a court order, than yes.


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