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Updated: 
October 27, 2020

IC 31-17-2.2-4 Notice of intent to move; confidentiality of information

Sec. 4. If a court finds that disclosure of the information required under IC 31-14-13-10.2 or section 0.5 or 3 of this chapter creates a significant risk of substantial harm to the individual required to provide the disclosure or to the child, the court may order:

(1) that the address, the telephone number, or other identifying information of the individual or child not be shared with other individuals or disclosed in the pleadings, other documents filed in the proceeding, or the final order;

(2) that the information required under section 3 of this chapter be maintained by the clerk of the court in a secure location separate from the pending case file;

(3) that the notice requirements under this chapter be waived to the extent necessary to protect the individual or child from significant risk of substantial harm; or

(4) other remedial action that the court considers necessary to facilitate the legitimate needs of the parties and the best interest of the child.