Divorce is Pro Se and there is a Judgement of Divorce on file.
Yes, do an affidavit of service, but keep it in your file--you don't have to file it in the County Clerk's office. Service of a copy of the judgment with notice of entry starts his appeal time, so you want to be able to prove when you served him.
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You don't have to file an Affidavit of Service.
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