Thanks for getting back to me. Quick question related to same case, on the california secretary of state website the corporation shows a registered agent service (legalzoom) that is at a different address than the officers. Do I need to serve the case to legalzoom as well as the officers?
Hi, it looks like the Sheriff was unable to service the papers to the officers as the office was always closed. What are our options? They could be traveling for business. Can we serve the officers at their personal home address?
Well the home address is not known. I was thinking of using an online service such as http://www.peoplesmart.com/, will that be ok?
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