The responsibility of delivering necessary documents to a defendant in an accurate, timely, and appropriate manner under the most up-to-date legal standards can make or break a case before it even has the chance to get out of the gate. But how do you know if a process server is reliable before you’ve hired them?… Read more »
Category: New York and National Process Service
How Modern Process Servers are Leveraging Social Media
In some cases, people who expect to be served legal paperwork will try to postpone the action against them by avoiding the process server. These days, however, process servers can often use social media to find individuals who don’t want to be found. Here’s how: Analyze Profiles Many people’s social media profiles aren’t as private… Read more »
Take These Steps Before Hiring a Process Server
If you need to serve a summons, divorce papers, a subpoena, a child support order or another kind of legal document, you might consider hiring a process server. However, it’s important to do some research before hiring the first person who comes up in a Google search. Today we’ll address a few suggestions to keep… Read more »
What Does It Take to Become a Process Server in New York City?
Interested in becoming a process server in New York City? While New York State has no statewide licensing requirements for process servers, New York City does have regulations and requirements. In order to become a process server in the five boroughs, here’s what you’ll need to do: Complete a basic individual license application. As part… Read more »
What Is the Difference Between a Summons and a Subpoena?
Both a summons and a subpoena are used to give notice about court proceedings. However, they’re not the same thing. They are served to different people, and they carry different levels of obligation. Here are a few of the key differences between a summons and a subpoena: Summons A summons is an official notification of… Read more »
4 Qualities of an Effective Process Server
Integrity A good process server will respect all of the rules and laws in your state that cover process service, and abide by ethical norms. He or she will never falsify a return of service and will avoid engaging in illegal or otherwise questionable behavior. Adaptability Today’s process servers must leverage social media, GPS tracking… Read more »