We were served NC court papers via certified mail.
You can also serve by him accepting service (signing the proper form), certified mail, sheriff, UPS, or FedEx. Hope that helps. Good luck.
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I just have a question about serving papers to a spouse who lives in a different county than Wake (where I filed). He lives in Mecklenberg County, and after reading the Do-It-Yourself page on Rosen, I seemed to think he had to be served his summons via sheriff. However, the sheriff takes up to 60 days (it’s been 15 or so now) and my spouse is moving out of the country in about a week or two, with no forwarding address. In order to save money and time without having to do the publication method, I was wondering if I could send his papers via certified mail or FedEx. Does anyone know? Thanks for the help.