How do you properly serve a restrained person by mail?
2 attorney answers
I agree with Mr. Tokar, a Temporary Restraining Order must be personally served. In addition to a process server, you should check with your local police agencies regarding service as many sheriff departments have a civil bureau dedicated to service of court documents. Should you require further assistance in this matter, I highly recommend you contact counsel in your area. Good luck.
The Temporary Restraining Order needs to be personally served by a thirty party such as a process server on the restrained party. You cannot serve the Temporary Restraining Order and Notice of hearing by mail. Best of luck!
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