Tag: Social Media

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 »

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 »

Several Ways 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 »