Denied motions due to address changes

This is a discussion on Denied motions due to address changes within the Family Law Questions forums, part of the Legal Questions & Answers Forum category; I filed M-5 and M-3 motions on my ex husband who I am in good contact with. I served him by mail. Waited the allocated time frame then filed and ...

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    Denied motions due to address changes

    I filed M-5 and M-3 motions on my ex husband who I am in good contact with. I served him by mail. Waited the allocated time frame then filed and served him submission paperwork after being sure he had not filed a response in return, which he had not. I received paperwork from the Judge informing me that my requests for submission had been stricken because the address for the defendant on file with the court did not match the address in the newly filed paperwork. In order to move forward I need to personally serve him... which I cannot do. Or serve him again by mail at the address on file with the court (his old address) My question is... Do I need to fill out and file Completly new packets (M-3 and M-5) because the address is different OR do I only need to send copies of what I already have to the "old" address?


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    This is a question better asked for the Court Clerk. I recommend contacting the local court house and asking them what the procedure is. They are usually very helpful.
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