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please tell me, when serving my exs lawyer can my server serve

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please tell me, when serving my ex's lawyer can my server serve anyone in the office of the attorney (i.e. receptionist, secretary etc) or do we have to personally serve the attorney on record? thank you!
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This depends - is the lawyer the actual defendant, or are they representing your ex?



Customer: replied 5 years ago.
they represent my ex..Attorney for petitioner (I am the respondent..in pro per) .i was thinking I would serve both my and ex his attorney ...
I see - no, all you have to do is is to send it to their office certified, RRR (with their name) and have the clerk sign for it (it's enough) OR fax it to them and save the receipt for confirmation (this is also considered enough).

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
thank you..i have another question...I am filling out FL-485..Notice of Delinquency and on the first page #2. there are three columns...I put the amount of child support orderedand date due in the first...in the second column, "actually paid" do I still list the dates (it was supposed to be paid) and put "0.00" in the column "on order" and then leave "on accured interest" blank (he has had no other deliquencies) ..then list amounts of child support due in the "balance due" column accordinly...OR do I leave the second column "actually paid" BLANK if he hasn't paid anything? Thank you again
Either way. I would list the dates when he was SUPPOSED to be paying and put zero in the space, just to drive the point home. :)

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