When I initially served my spouse with the FL-100, FL-110, FL-120, and Blank Forms for response, I also served the FL-150, FL-160, and Tax Returns. However, now I am realizing I did not include the FL-140. All I got back from the process server was the FL-115 which included that I had served the FL-100, FL-110, FL-120, Blank Forms, FL-150, FL-160, and tax returns. But I do not have an Fl-141 showing proof of service of the FL-140. It was 8 months ago that I served the initial set of documents. My spouse never responded. I wish to enter default, but I understand I will need the FL-141. Is it too late to send the Fl-140 and do I have to send the FL-150, FL-160, and Tax Returns again along with it since they were already included in the initial service?
Once she was personally served, the court had jurisdiction over her so you can just have it mailed to her and then filed with the court with a proof of service attached.
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