People who are in the beginning stages of a court case understand how important it is to find the right process server. A process server is responsible for delivering legal documents to a defendant involved in a lawsuit. This must be done carefully and accurately. The only two people who can legally do this are… Read more »
What to Expect from Legal Messenger Services
Legal documents should always be treated with security and care, especially when you’re sending them to various locations. You need to trust that your legal documents will not be breached and will reach their intended destination intact. With legal messenger services, you can get just that. But what should you expect when you hire a… Read more »
The Convenience of Hiring a Traveling Notary Public Service
There is a broad range of documents that need to be notarized. Getting these important documents notarized can be an inconvenient process when you’re dealing with a typical notary public service. But there’s an easier way: a traveling notary public service can make the notarization process significantly more convenient. Here are some benefits to using… Read more »
What Is a Registered Agent?
Individuals can be served by a process server, but so too can businesses, corporations, and other organizations. As such, when a specific entity has been served, they will need to have a Registered Agent in place. Here, we discuss what a Registered Agent is, what their responsibilities entail, and why you need one in the… Read more »
How to Spot a Fake Process Server
In an ideal world, we could trust every person that shows up on our doorstep. Unfortunately, many people try to take advantage of others by posing as a process server. These fake process servers can not only cost you your time, but your money as well. Here, we detail how you can spot a fake… Read more »
What Is an Affidavit of Due Diligence?
Process servers try their hardest to find individuals, but sometimes certain individuals cannot be found. In these instances, an affidavit of due diligence is required. Read on to learn more: An Affidavit of Due Diligence Explained An affidavit of due diligence is submitted by a process server when they cannot locate an individual. The affidavit… Read more »
Mobile Notary vs. Signing Agent: What’s the Difference?
If you’re in need of notary services, you’ll need the right notary agent for the job. But not all notary agents are created equal. There are mobile or traveling notaries, and then notary signing agents. While many of their responsibilities overlap, these two types of notaries are best suited for particular situations. Read on to… Read more »
Affidavit vs. Declaration: What’s the Difference?
The legal world is filled with documents, papers, orders, and more. Of the many different types of legal paperwork you’ll have to file with your case, two common documents are affidavits and declarations. While these two documents are very similar, and both can be used in court, they have distinct differences that set them apart…. Read more »
The Six Types of Prerogative Writs
A prerogative writ is an official order issued by a court directing the behavior of a lower court, an agency, a specific official, or another branch of government. Traditionally, prerogative writs were available only to the English monarch, but in recent years, they have been adapted to be used by legal courts. Prerogative writs are… Read more »
4 Questions to Ask When Hiring a Process Server
Choosing the right process server depends on your own due diligence. After you’ve thoroughly researched a few candidates, you’ll want to conduct interviews with each one. But what are the best questions to ask once they’re sitting down in front of you? Here are a few ideas to get you started: Are you certified with… Read more »