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January 9, 2024

Can I keep my address confidential?

You can ask to keep your identifying information confidential if giving it to the abuser or another person would put you or your child in danger. Then, the court would keep your information private (sealed). This means the court would not reveal your address to the abuser or the public.1

However, the judge could order you to reveal your address if s/he has a hearing, considers any health and safety concerns, and then decides that giving out (disclosing) your address is “in the interest of justice.”1

1 N.R.S. § 125A.385(5)