Papers must be served by personal service, substitute service, or conspicuous service.
Personal service means the court papers are handed to you.
Substitute service means the papers are handed to an adult who lives or works in your home and mailed to you by certified and regular mail.
Conspicuous service means the papers are either taped to or slid under your door and mailed to you by certified and regular mail.
Court papers must be served by someone who is over 18 and who is not part of the case.