I need divorce paperwork to be hand delivered to a woman in Moscow. She is my wife. American law says I have to hand it to her.
Is there anyone who can do that for me? I am willing to pay for that service if you hand it to her and then send a letter to me that says you delivered it to her.
Allow me to be clear. I don’t care if you deliver the envelope. I only care about receiving paperwork that says the envelope was delivered I live in a small town, nobody here will question you ever.
This woman tricked me. I brought her over from Russia and married her. Two weeks later she left and disappeared. That was three years ago. She does not answer emails, letters, or phone calls. I simply want to get a divorce and be done with it.
The proper service is main condition for valid divorce.
Service of Process is making sure the other side gets a copy of the papers you are filing. If you are starting a case, your case cannot go forward until the other side is served. Someone who is capable of serving must physically give a copy of all necessary forms to the person whom you filed a complaint against in court.
It is very important that you do this correctly. If you do not, then the court may dismiss your case.
Hague service convention treaty obligation to refrain from service by mail: American courts have held that formal objections to service by mail made by countries party to a multilateral treaty or convention on service of process at the time of accession or subsequently in accordance with the treaty are honored as a treaty obligation, and litigants should refrain from using such a method of service.
So, my office will make this job for you legally and real.