Q: I was never served my court papers by there farther or anyone. No mail at my house stating this either. Now the courts
Are trying to give my boys right to their dad. Can I fight this at all?
A: It sounds like a custody motion. You can certainly oppose that.
If you are sure that you have never been served, then the case is not properly before the court. If, however, you have been served, you will need to make an appearance or the court can rule against you by default. If you have not been served, how do you know the date and what the court is trying to do?
A: I see an Isanti County case under your name on the court register http://pa.courts.state.mn.us/default.aspx
It appears that a hearing was held yesterday and that a review hearing is scheduled for March 19. It appears (although I cannot tell for sure), that an affidavit of service may have been filed. You may wish to contact the court clerk's office to determine what has been filed and what needs to be done.
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