Will the Court Serve the Other Party?

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NO.  It is the responsibility of each person to find someone 18 years old or older, that is not involved in the case, to personally serve the other party.

  • For example, the person who wants protection must find someone 18 years old or older to hand the Restraining Orders to the person to be restrained.
  • And, if the person to be restrained wants to "answer", he or she must find someone 18 years old or older to serve the person who want protection.


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