Process servers

Choosing a process server isn't as easy as grabbing somebody and asking them to deliver the court documents for you. If you want to get the most for your money, here are a few tips for finding a good process server. A registered process server is a person that is certified and trained to deliver (serve) legal documents to individuals and companies, known as defendants or parties. When a criminal or civil case goes to court, the attorneys will alert the parties involved via legal documents. The process server, upon receiving the documents from the attorney, proceeds to deliver the documents to the individual. When we refer to registered process servers, these are usually process servers that are registered to serve within a specific county or area of their state, having been trained to do so.

You might think that finding process servers would be an easy task, but in reality, not all process servers are created equal. Finding a process server who is professional, ethical and reliable will ensure that your process is served correctly and legally. Avoid costly mistakes and make sure you are dealing with a professional who takes his or her job seriously and will go the extra mile to get the job done right the first time.