Category: Process Servers

What to Expect from Legal Messenger Services

stack of legal documents on a table

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 »

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 »

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 »

Understanding Financial Compliance for Process Servers

The world has changed drastically in the past few decades. Not only that, but a series of economic downturns, specifically those in 2008 and 2020, have impacted industries all over the country. In response, federal and state governments have passed new financial compliances laws and regulations. These guidelines not only impact financial institutions and law… Read more »

How to Serve Process with Military Members

How to Serve Process with Military Members

With most individuals, serving process is a straightforward transaction. A process server will use various tools and resources to find the individual, and then they will go to their place of residence to serve papers. However, things become more complicated when military members are involved. Since military members make it their job to protect our country, they… Read more »

How to Choose the Right Process Server

A process server is an integral part to any case. You need the right one to ensure success, but finding the right one can be difficult. Not only does a process server need the right qualities, but they also need to have the right qualifications. Below are some of the ways you can find the… Read more »

Process Service and Diplomatic Immunity: How Does It Work?

PROCESS SERVICE AND DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY: HOW DOES IT WORK?

Serving process to individuals living in or from foreign countries is fraught with complications. One of those complications is if an individual has diplomatic immunity. While uncommon, there may come a time when you have to serve papers to a foreign diplomat. In these cases, process servers have to take the following steps. What is… Read more »

What to Know About Out-of-State Process Service

What to Know About Out-of-State Process Service

Many people believe that out-of-state process service is complicated. At Reliant we make out of state process service appear seamless and straightforward. Being that Reliant Court Services is a member of the National Association of Professional Process Servers (NAPPS), we have strong relationships with other professional process servers throughout the nation who are bound by… Read more »

How to Tell if Someone is Actually a Process Server

If someone shows up at your door claiming to be a process server, how can you tell that they are actually a process server? Unfortunately, door-to-door scams are a real problem. So, before you convey any information, read over these tips on how to tell if that process server at your door is who they… Read more »