An advocate is not an attorney so you need to serve the response to her 5 court days before the hearing if this is in Snohomish county-- if you mail the docs it has to be mailed 8 court days before the hearing. Worse comes to worse, ask for a continuance if she will not give you a physical address to which you can deliver the docs. However, if the PO box is in one of those UPS places, you could physically deliver the response to the PO Box 5 court days before the hearing. It is improper for her to send the original docs to your Crim attorney if he has not filed a Notice of Appearance in the case civil case.
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Ask the court to deny her motion since the service to you was not proper. Then consider hiring an attorney for your family law case to defend yourself.Ask a similar question
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