Desiree: I see on the California court's web site that you filed a declaration and submitted a notice of service. I was, most certainly, not served anything regarding that case. If you continue to try to execute service by mail, using a name which is not my legal name then the court is just going to have to order that all future service be by a process server - which, of course, is going to cost you a lot more money. Why do you keep trying to play stupid games that just keep backfiring on you? Patrick P.S. Please serve a copy of your declaration on me before I have to notify the court that you've submitted false a Notice of Service.
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