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Legal Information: Georgia
Updated: November 12, 2018
Do I need to tell the court in Georgia if I move?
You may want to make sure the court has an address where you can receive mail in case the respondent files any sort of motion related to your order. However, if your new address is confidential, you may want to be give the address of a family member where you can receive mail or a P.O. box.
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