Authorizes family court to allow the petitioner or respondent in any order of protection proceeding to keep his or her address confidential, where the court finds that disclosure of the address would substantially increase the risk of violence. The court will then designate the court clerk or another disinterested person to be the agent for service of process; the designated person shall promptly notify and forward process to the protected party.
Signed: 1995 Chapter 388
Effective:October 31, 1995
Amends: Family Court Act §154-b