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My husband and I are getting divorced. He has already moved back to his country and will not attempt to stay in the USA to remove conditions. He wants to basically go home and live there.

My question is, does anyone know how to serve divorce papers to someone in another country? He is Canadian and lives in Ontario, while I still live in Michigan.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks!


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My husband and I are getting divorced. He has already moved back to his country and will not attempt to stay in the USA to remove conditions. He wants to basically go home and live there.

My question is, does anyone know how to serve divorce papers to someone in another country? He is Canadian and lives in Ontario, while I still live in Michigan.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Mail it to him or get a server to deliver and serve him the papers. It's pretty easy when you know where they are.


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