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    Default Service of Process

    My question involves collection proceedings in the State of: California

    I have recently completed an answer to a civil complaint. In my lawsuit there is a contracted attorney working for the Plaintiff who resides at a different location than the Plaintiff. Is it correct to have the answer served with a process server to the contracted attorney? Or do I have to have the process server deliver the answer to the Plaintiff?

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    Default Re: Service of Process

    The response goes to the attorney for the plaintiff and can be served by mail. No need to pay a process server. Have a third party mail it.

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    Default Re: Service of Process

    CourtClerk,

    Thank you so much for your reply. I was sweating it out that I did this incorrectly.

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