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You can do a few things. If they own a house or live with someone who owns a house you can go to the registry of deeds in the city you suspect they live in or around, you can get a copy of voter reg. lists,copies of the census aswell good luck.

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Q: How do you find someone's address in order to serve them court papers?
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