What to do if the person or business you want to sue is in another state ... If you
want to sue someone who lives in another state and doesn't travel to your state, ...
Not every jurisdiction will allow you to sue an out-of-state defendant in small
claims ... If that person never comes to the state, you may not be able to sue them
Out-of-state small claims lawsuits tend to be expensive and unwieldy. ... The
court clerk will give you more information about the service process. Generally,
the person you're suing has twenty days to file an answer your claim (thirty days if
Aug 4, 2013 ... i want to find out if i start the process of suing someone can i move to another
state? if the person lives in jersey can i get a lawyer from a ...
The answer depends on whether New York has jurisdiction over the other person
related to the loan. The answer to that is more complicated than you would ...
This person moved out of state before I got to file in small claims. ... Having
someone serve her with process for you will be another $50 I think.
Can you sue someone (or a business) in small claims court if you do not reside in
the state that they do?
Jan 20, 2015 ... So, you need to serve someone out of state. ... defendants not residing in the
state in which the lawsuit was filed. ... For example, in Kansas, process servers
must request special permission of the county clerk to serve process.
If you are considering filing a lawsuit against someone else, you need to ... ago,
you are out of luck as the statute of limitations in that state is 2 years for a .... Next
in the petition process, you must list your causes of action, or the claims that you ...
Suing Out-of-State (Foreign) Corporations ... of the State's courts, either by
appointment of someone to receive process or in the absence of such