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Before the court will give you permission to serve by publication, you will have to prove to the court that you tried as hard as possible to find the other side.

Like “service by publication,” you have to ask the court’s permission to do this.

It is usually used when you do not know how to find the other side and do not have an address or workplace for him or her.

Service by Mail In "service by mail," someone – NOT a party to the case – must mail the documents to the other party.

Make sure service by mail is allowed before you use this method to serve your papers.

BUT in order to qualify for “service by posting” and do away with the requirement to publish your summons and complaint in a newspaper, you usually have to qualify for a fee waiver.

Click to find out how to serve a spouse by posting when you do not know your spouse's or partner's whereabouts.

The legal way to give formal notice is to have the other side “served” with a copy of the paperwork that you have filed with the court.

"Service of court papers" means that the other side must get copies of any paper you file with the court.

So, for your type of case, only some of these types of service may be allowed.

The individual sections on this Online Self-Help Center will tell you what types of service are allowed in your case.

Service by Notice and Acknowledgement of Receipt When the other side agrees to be served by mail and is willing to sign a document for the court saying that they received the papers, you can usually use this method.