Received a Subpoena? Here’s What You Should Do

Process servers are known to serve subpoenas. What is a subpoena? A subpoena is issued by a court or other government agencies to a person, requesting that they appear in court. It can also be issued if documents, materials or other evidence are to be provided. However, this request is actually more of a command. Failure to comply to a subpoena may ...

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Process Serving 101: Frequently Asked Questions

You might not be ultimately familiar with the industry of process serving and that’s okay – we are here to help you understand it a little better! We have gathered some of the most frequently asked questions and we have provided brief answers for you. Here they are:   What does process serving mean? Process serving or service of p ...

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Risk Management: Questions that Need to be Answered

We now live in a fast-paced world and whether it is a personal affair or a business affair you are involving yourself with, it is important that you are confident enough with whatever transaction or agreement you are making. Here is where mitigating risks and performing due diligence come in.   Before you can apply proper risk management ...

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What To Get From Process Servers

When you are using a private process server, there are some things that you can do to make sure that the most accurate and the fastest turnaround time possible is achieved. This is especially important when due diligence is needed. Every process server worth his salt knows that there may be some pieces of information that can possibly speed up the ...

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Process Service for Divorce

Going through a divorce can be one of the toughest times for any person. It takes a lot of courage to decide that you’ll go ahead and start a proceeding. You just want things to be over as soon as possible. Some spouses do not realize that just like how getting married requires the consent of two people, getting divorced does, too. What does t ...

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