All parties should receive copies of the Substitution of Attorneys, and the copy filed with the Court needs to have a proof of service showing that all parties were served.
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Yes, they are supposed to serve you with a copy of said form, via 1st-class U.S. mail, before/at the time they file it will the court.Ask a similar question
Yes it should be mailed to you concurrently with its being filed with the court. When it is filed with the court it should bear a proof of service showing that it was served on you by mail or fax or hand delivered to you. However, if you have not appeared in the case as a party or have not provided the court with a proper address for service then you will not be served. For instance if you are a defendant who has not yet been served or appeared you will not get the substitution until you appear.Ask a similar question
Agree. I would go to the court website and check the Register of Actions everyday. Then, you won't be caught by surprise.
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