Meet All the Rules When Serving Divorce Documents
Getting a divorce or legal annulment is not only emotionally challenging, but comes with legal parameters that have to be met. It is always recommended to research divorce laws in Minnesota and seek legal counsel as you prepare for the separation and divorce of your spouse.
After filing for divorce, the second party must be served with those papers. In the state of Minnesota, there are two service options: mailing the documents or having them served by a professional process server or sheriff. While some spouses may cooperate, accept the papers, and sign off on receiving them, other situations can be more difficult.
When individuals won’t accept mailed divorce papers, are uncooperative, become hard to find, or are in a special circumstance (like being in prison), you should work with a trusted service or process company like Pro Legal to ensure delivery and smooth the road for divorce.
Why Use a Process Server to Serve Divorce Papers?
You don’t want to bog down the proceedings when getting a divorce, so working with a professional process server ensures accurate and timely delivery of all legal documents. Our process servers go above and beyond for error-free service you can track, see digital confirmation of, and rely on to be delivered following all legal regulations.