Actually, you're wrong about each of those things you stated. I'm not
required to do ANY of those things. And as long as you've acknowledged,
in writing, that you know my legal name is Patrick, then attempting
to server me under another name fails to meet the requirements of legal
Regarding the custody order: since I have no legal or physical custody
then the name on the order is irrelevant.
On 06/28/2015 08:22 PM, Desiree Capuano wrote:
> Let me make this perfectly clear as I will not waiver. If you wish to
> be addressed as Patrick then you need to go to court and have your
> name updated on the court order. You will then need to update
> G*****'s birth certificate to reflect the name Patrick. Until
> that time I will ONLY send legal documentation pertaining to the
> custody order to Richard and you will accept it. If you have a
> problem with it, I suggest you file something with the court in
> California as I have NO problem staring my case before the commissioner.
> Do you understand?
> On Saturday, June 27, 2015, Patrick > wrote:
> 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?
> 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.