What to do if the PPO is Granted
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What to do if the PPO is Granted

  
> You must come back to the Circuit Court Clerk’s office to:
pick-up your signed true copy of the PPO, and,
a true copy of the PPO for the "respondent", the person for whom the PPO was taken against
 
​> You must arrange to have the PPO served upon the other party by:
personal service by an adult other than yourself, or, by a process server
  -or-
certified mail & restricted delivery to the "respondent" the person the PPO was taken against
 
> You must ensure that the Proof of Service is completed and filed back at the Clerk's office
 
Process Servers
Name/Organization
Phone/e-mail
Address​
Fred Bishop
Fred Bishop Services, LL​C
810-229-8775
cell 810-923-5653
PO Box 347
Brighton 48116
Garry Flanary, CCO*
Garry Flanary & Associates
810-632-3434
PO Box 2285
Howell 48844
Robert Bandy, CCO*
248-305-7070
PO Box 930036
Wixom 48393
Patrick M. Clawson, CPS**
810-730-5110
PO Box 470
Flint 48501
​Process Servers Associationhttp://www.mcodsa.com/
* Certified Court Officer   ** Certified Process Server