How to Effectively Serve Divorce Paperwork
Latrice Knighton is a member of the Sterling Law Offices partner team and an award-winning divorce attorney, life coach, and speaker. She helps clients resolve their problems by using legal techniques and smart tactics learned through decades of experience. She is able to help clients by offering the best practical advice.
No one wants to put forth the effort of filing for divorce – and then not being allowed to proceed.
But, your divorce case can stop right after your file for divorce if you don't do this one thing – serve your spouse with divorce paperwork.
The court requires that you serve your spouse with the divorce paperwork to give him or her notice of the proceedings. Your spouse is entitled to notice because the decisions the court makes can impact their rights to assets, property, debts, kids, and support.
A lot of people have fear surrounding the service of the divorce paperwork. Some people worry that it will make their spouse angry because the process server will embarrass them or be aggressive.
However, a good process server knows how to keep the friction low and get the job done.
If you’ve been nervous about serving your spouse with divorce paperwork, this episode is for you.
In this episode, you’ll get answers to common concerns about how divorce paperwork gets served from Mark of Due Process Service, LLC.
What’s more, these tips will lessen the amount of worry and fear you have before you file for divorce or legal separation from your significant other. Write them down now and save your future self untold amounts of stress.
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