I would want to look at the final judgment, but if the move is less than 50 miles than the relocation statute wouldn't be applicable. I'm guessing you have shared parental responsibility. Your ex-wife cannot refuse to give you the new address. You have a right to know where the child sleeps at night. I would request the new address is writing and let her know that you'll be filing a motion if you don't have the information by X date.
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You have a right to know the address, put the request in writing to the other side and if she does not respond, then file a motion and ask for fees and sanctions. Best of luck.
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You have a right to know the address of your child. This is something that the family law court requires whether the parties want to or not. There are exceptions in the case of domestic violence but as a whole, both parents are to know where their child is when he/she is with the other parent.
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