The law provides many ways for a process server to do their job. It recognizes that not every situation will be the same, and sometimes you may not be able to find the person to serve them their documents. As such, there are two main ways to go about serving process: personal service and substituted… Read more »
How Process Servers Find People Who Don’t Want to Be Found
Need to serve someone court documents or collect a debt, but can’t find them? That’s where process servers come in. Also known as “skip tracers,” it refers to the phrase “to skip town,” which is exactly what some people do when facing legal issues—depart in a rush, leaving few traces behind. Here are several ways… Read more »
The Benefits of a Professional Court Filing Service
In years’ past, law firms had to file documents in person, with documents carrying original signatures. Today, however, it is much different. There are many ways a law firm can file court documents on behalf of their client. One of these ways is through professional court filing services done by a process server. But why… Read more »
Understanding New York State’s Roommate Eviction Process
In our last blog post, we discussed why you should hire a process server to serve an eviction notice. But what if you’re serving just one roommate an eviction notice, not both? This might occur because one roommate has broken a contract or failed to provide rent, while the other has held up their side… Read more »
3 Reasons to Use a Process Server for Eviction Notices
Evictions are an unfortunate reality for many landlords. No one likes to evict a tenant, but sometimes you have to. Tenants will break the terms of their lease, and landlords will have no choice but to evict them. Of course, part of the eviction process is serving eviction notices. A process server can be a… Read more »
Four Things You Need to Give Your Process Server
An experience process server can do many things, but they still need a little help from their clients. When you hire a process server, you’ll need to give them a few items and information to help them do their job to the best of their ability. These items are as follows: A recent photo of… Read more »
Can You Serve a Bank?
A process server can serve a wide variety of people and institutions. But what about banks? Indeed, process servers can serve a bank. However, there can be some factors that make this more difficult to do. Read on to learn more: How to serve a bank in the United States Serving a financial institution is… Read more »
How Are Legal Documents Authenticated?
Legal documents undergo strict requirements in order to ensure they’re authentic. After all, an inauthentic legal document could undercut the entire legal proceeding. For some documents, a signature is enough to verify its authenticity, but others require a more thorough process. Local documents Local documents are used, as the name suggests, on the local level…. Read more »
What Is an Affidavit of Service?
When rendering service of process, an important step that needs to be completed is an affidavit of service. But what exactly is an affidavit of service, and how essential is it? Here, we explain everything you need to know so you’ll be prepared. Defining an affidavit of service An affidavit of service, also known as… Read more »
What Is a Writ of Garnishment?
In a previous blog post, we discussed the six types of prerogative writs. However, those aren’t the only types of writs out there. There are a variety of writs used for different cases and situations. Of those writs is a writ of garnishment. Here, we discuss everything you need to know about writs of garnishment…. Read more »