Hi [USERNAME], my name is XXXXX XXXXX X will do the best to help you. My advice is general only and does not create an attorney-client relationship. Good evening. I will try to help you. The POS 015 is for a summons and complaint to be served by mail. Since you are interested in serving a motion, I presume you've already served the summons and complaint, in which case this would be the improper proof of service to use. I am trying to find you the correct POS to use after service of summons and complaint for motions. Please give me a moment.
You should use POS-030 which is a proof of service by first class mail, an appropriate method of service for a motion after a summons and complaint have been served. If the other party has already answered the complaint you should serve the moving papers (your motion) on the attorneys representing the other side.
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if I want to serve the opposing attorney by delivery to his office, what form should I use (I am the self-represented plaintiff)?
Please use he POS-030 form.
I think you are not online right now. I will check back later my friend but I think that should answer your question.
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