I was told by the owner of my last dwelling that someone tried twice to serve me process paperwork. I have no idea what this could be in reference to., but I need to find out
You can search the records of the superior court in the counties where you have lived for the last several years and look for cases filed against you. It could also be a subpoena for someone else's case that you won't be able to find in that fashion.
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You can wait; you can ask the person you spoke to if he/she recalls which court the papers referred to and check in the court house under your name.
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