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a 14 year old was handed her mom's court papers no one explained what it was or made her sign anything the company said it's legal but are they only saying that to save themselves
The laws in each state vary about who can accept service of a binding court document, like a subpoena. I would consult with a lawyer in Utah about your specific situation.
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