Stalked 3 month, 2x served wrong woman & not me. Ivestigator is out of state hired by ex & scratched badly truck & ran off.
Ex husband resides: Las Vegas NV. I want to transfer venues to where my daughter resides with me in Idaho. parenting plan was settled' Family Court Spoksne, WA. Neither resides there. I have full custody. Last June my 8 year old told me she was still being coached due to threats w/dad in NV. " I would go to jail or your mom would die." Mental, physical and sexual abuse. begged me.. "I'll run away & or kill herself!" I Decided no more!. Since 3 she has flown with me for visits . Then come back a complete mess, brused or worse. took legal action, had attorneys & commissioner took ex's attorneys side, "she's coaching." Ex's attorney, horrific man & Threatens me ect... July I I was advised by 2 attorneys. "No legal action nor send her." So Ex hired Investigator. Served today most recent but 2x total, never me. Today "you're serve" then ran, leaving docs & scratched friends truck door.
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It isn't clear what your question is.
You can contact the police about the scratched truck. The scratch does not invalidate service.
The person doing service just has to get the documents to the party to be served, according to rules laid out in statute or court rule. It sounds like you've been served.
"Stalking" as a criminal charge requires, basically, a reasonable belief that you are going to be harmed. Process servers follow people around in a legal manner all the time.
Both University of Idaho and Gonzaga have law schools and it is POSSIBLE they might have a clinic that can provide representation if you meet certain financial requirements. UIdaho had a family law clinic when I was there, but that was last century...
As a general rule, when nobody lives in the state that issued the custody determination, jurisdiction would follow the child's "home state," which sounds like Idaho.
This is intended for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon. Legal problems are very fact-specific and anyone with a legal problem should consult with an attorney.