I am an attorney with more than 25 years of experience and look forward to providing this information for you in this regard
As long as you have the information from the post office showing you tried to serve them, then you can continue with the process.
I suggest you may want to take a copy, however, and post it on the front door and a note that you are going to court with or without them
Please ask more questions for clarification. I can only answer what you ask.
And so when you rate negatively on true and correct answers it hinders my ability to continue to provide these true and correct answers for others
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