If you don't accept service by mail or you otherwise avoid service, then the plaintiff may be able to serve you by publication of a warning order. However, a process server will usually be able to serve you personally unless you're particularly practiced at avoiding service.
You probably can't prevent your husband from pursuing the divorce, but you can contest his grounds for divorce.
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