The court affirms the trial court's termination of E.M.C.'s parental rights to his child, A.E.C. The child's mother did not appeal the judgment terminating her parental rights. The trial record supported that E.M.C. was given a meaningful opportunity to reunify with his child. The Division of Child Protection and Permanency's (Division's) requirement that E.M.C. attend a psychological and bonding evaluation was not unreasonable nor did it thwart his relationship with the child or reunification efforts. The Division made reasonable efforts to locate E.M.C., especially where, as here, E.M.C. was aware the child was in placement and had a phone number to contact him. The records supported the trial court's finding that E.M.C.'s absence from the child was voluntary. The court distinguishes this case from N.J. Div. of Youth & Family Servs. v. I.S., 202 N.J. 145 (2010), where the parent took affirmative steps to satisfy the conditions the Division set for him, which was not the case here for E.M.C.