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 »
Category: Skip Tracing
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 »
The Different Industries That Benefit from Skip Tracing
Skip tracing is often deployed in the legal field. Nevertheless, that is not the only industry that can benefit from skip tracing. Many others from genealogy to collection agencies can use a skip tracer to make their jobs easier. Read on to learn more: Real Estate Whenever there is an abandoned property, real estate agencies… Read more »
How Your Law Firm Will Benefit from Skip Tracing
In many cases, a law firm needs to find individuals that may not want to be found, and locating someone who does not want to cooperate is not always an easy feat. In these instances, strategic tactics need to be employed, and a method that has been proven to work is skip tracing. What is… Read more »
The Top 3 Reasons to Use Skip Tracing
If you’re looking for a witness, defendant, or another person of interest, skip tracing is how you find them. Usually used by process servers, bounty hunters, and more, there are many skip tracing methods. Skip tracing is an effective way to locate witnesses or defendants. Here are a few reasons why: It’s efficient Trying to… Read more »
What Happens When a Process Server Can’t Find a Defendant?
Serving court documents is an essential step required to move a lawsuit forward. That’s why some people who know that legal trouble is coming their way will do anything they can to avoid being found by a process server. Fortunately, process servers have a few tools in their arsenal to find people—legally and ethically—despite their… Read more »