Kain & Scott is open and fully staffed during our normal hours! UPDATE: Starting June 1, 2020 Kain & Scott will offer in-person initial consultations and review and sign appointments for those who are willing to use hand sanitizer and wear a mask while in-office (one will be provided to you if you don’t have one). In-person appointments are only available to guests who are not sick on the date of the in-person appointment and who have not had Covid 19 symptoms in the last 14 days from the appointment date. Any in-person appointment can be easily converted to a phone, Skype, Face Time, or Zoom appointment if necessary. For those who prefer, we can still do the initial consultation and review and sign appointment by phone, Skype, Face Time, or Zoom.

Rule 1010. Service of Involuntary Petition and Summons

(a) Service of Involuntary Petition and Summons. On the filing of an involuntary petition, the clerk shall forthwith issue a summons for service. When an involuntary petition is filed, service shall be made on the debtor. The summons shall be served with a copy of the petition in the manner provided for service of a summons and complaint by Rule 7004(a) or (b). If service cannot be so made, the court may order that the summons and petition be served by mailing copies to the party's last known address, and by at least one publication in a manner and form directed by the court. The summons and petition may be served on the party anywhere. Rule 7004(e) and Rule 4(l) F.R.Civ.P. apply when service is made or attempted under this rule.

(b) Corporate Ownership Statement. Each petitioner that is a corporation shall file with the involuntary petition a corporate ownership statement containing the information described in Rule 7007.1.