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You should serve both of them. If you serve one and they both show up in court or file an answer then service will not be an issue.
It will become an issue when you go to collect and you levy an asset or garnish wages and the person claims they were never served.
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I have never been in small claims court. Do I submit any evidence, e-mails, or invoices ahead of time?
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