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Good afternoon,That's not something you need to notify the court over and it doesn't require filing any documentation with the court (you wouldn't want to put anything with your address into the court record anyway, since it's public). You can simply notify your former spouse that you have moved and that all future payments are to go to your new address. So there is a written record of the request, I would put it in writing, such as an email.
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The address can be changed through filing an ex parte notice to change/modify order, you fill out all of the money amounts and everything exactly the same as it is now and you check off Block 7 (http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/fl430.pdf)
where they say modification and the reason is to change address of payee to and give your new address, then below you go to other, stating that there has been a change of address and payroll needs to send payments to the new address. You file that with an FL 300 form request for order (http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/fl300.pdf)
Once the court signs that and issues the order you serve it by mail on the employer. You do not need an attorney to fill these out and once you fill them out you file them with the clerk to get the order to change your address.