My ex owes me a lot of child support. Close to $500k with penalties and interest. I went to court to get the arrears reduced to judgment. Initially I served him by mail at his address where he lives. The court cancelled my court date because they said I had to serve him at the address on record. I explained that he had not lived at that address for over 20 years. They advised that I had to serve him there regardless. I did. The same child support case has a case open in Colorado court in which we both have attorneys. His Nevada attorney has accused me of taking away his due process and fraud saying I didn't actually serve him. So the judge ordered a stay on the judgment and an evidentiary hearing about the service I'm assuming. Do I get a statement from the person who served the papers as evidence? How else can I prove the papers were actually mailed? Certified and/or return receipt is not required and the self help clerk made that very clear. It's just a stall tactic and he's trying to make me look bad . He quit claimed his home to his wife in an attempt to avoid the lien, he has two soc sec# used to avoid child support and he's been to federal prison for several counts of fraud.
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