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I am very sorry for your situation.
In Missouri, to serve a corporation, the Plaintiff can serve the following individuals/entities who represent the corporation:
1) An officer of the corporation;
2) A partner of the corporation; or the
3) The registered agent of the corporation (which may be found here
).RSMo Rule 54
However, in practicality, it is always best to serve the registered agent
as this leaves little room for doubt and of the corporation to claim that whoever was otherwise served was not an officer/director, or was in transition, etc.
I hope this helps and clarifies. Good luck.
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