When this happens to me, I spend the extra $60 and serve the person at BOTH addresses. Good luck.
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Get the troopers to serve him in Alaska, if they even do that. You might also get the sheriff in the county here in FL to try to serve him here.
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I would do both -- but obviously getting him served personally in Alaska would be best. I would recommend you hire an attorney.
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You want to be honest in court. Serve him at every address you believe he maybe. It is always a good idea to actually find him. Leave spite at the door.