Massachusetts Defendants: Don’t Bother Avoiding Process Servers!

On Behalf of | Sep 22, 2017 | Divorce |

Many people think they can avoid a Massachusetts action for divorce by avoiding a process server. After all, a Massachusetts divorce can’t officially commence until the defendant has been given proper notice.

Unfortunately, many people are wrong. The law knows these tricks and has made provisions for those difficult to serve defendants. Just because you avoid a process server, it doesn’t mean you can’t be served and brought into court. It just means the plaintiff has to opt for Plan B or C.

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