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McCormick, 138 Colo. 434, 335 P. 2d 265 (1959). The court may order service upon a party himself, even though he is represented by an attorney, in cases where the court deems such service necessary.
The Defendant must be personally served with a copy of the summons and complaint. The Defendant does not have to be served at home; they can be served anywhere. If you know where the person works, visits, etc., give that information to your process server so they can serve the Defendant.
You must mail one copy of the summons and complaint by ordinary first-class mail to the defendant's last known address. You must mail a second copy of the summons and complaint certified mail, return receipt requested, to the defendant's last known address.
Service by certified mail (small claims ONLY) Only the small claims court clerk can serve your claim this way. The clerk will charge you a fee of $15 to serve the defendant by certified mail. You should check back with the court before the hearing to see if the receipt for certified mail was returned to the court.
Colorado Process Server Licensing Requirements Process may be served inside or outside this state by the sheriff of the county where the service is made, or by a deputy, or by any other person over the age of eighteen years, not a party to the action.
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Service of process ranges from $55 to $135.
You can ask a neutral person to serve the documents, or you can hire the sheriff, constable, or a private process service to serve the documents for a fee. The person who serves your documents must complete an Affidavit of Service that says when, where, and how the documents were served.
In Washington, you can serve papers by having someone who is 18 years old or older hand-deliver them to your spouse. You can hire a professional process server, or you can ask a friend to hand-deliver the papers to your spouse.
In Colorado, service of the summons and complaint (\u201clawsuit\u201d) may be made by personal service, substituted service or, in certain circumstances, by mail or publication in a newspaper. Service by mail or publication generally needs to be approved by a court before it is permitted, and is not available in every case.
How Do I Personally Serve Someone? In Washington, you personally serve papers by having someone 18 or older and of sound mind deliver them to the recipient. The person effecting service cannot be you. It doesn't need to be a professional process server though.

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