Who sends the certified mail? Me or the court? How will I know the respondent received the mail?
I'm sorry I ask so much. Does the petition have to be certified or can it be just a copy? And last question. Do I have to notify the court that I am going to serve him by certified mail, or do I just do it on my own and then file the return receipt?
Thank you so much for helping.
How long do I have to wait before I go to the judgment docket after I serve him through certified mail?
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