OK, thank you; absent a specific court order requiring the exchange of contact information a party is not obligated to disclose this information.
As such, the party requesting this information would need to file a motion asking the court to order the party to provide this information and to update it within a certain timeframe (often 3 business days) when circumstances change.
This is typically granted because it is reasonable for a parent to want to know where their child is.
Furthermore if the court feels the other parent unreasonably refused to provide this information they can sanction the parent for wasting the court's time,in the form of a fine, or the award of attorney fees. This is done to deter people from acting unreasonably.
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