You've been served: An introduction to Our Process Server Services

You've been served: An introduction to Our Process Server Services

Welcome to our quick blog on process serving.

What we serve: Subpoenas, Complaints, Summons, Writs.

Who we serve for: Just about anyone, but to name a few: Attorneys, Individuals, Collection agencies.

What to do when your spouse tries to evade due process: For one, you might consider working with another process server. If you were previously relying on a family member or friend to complete this task, it may be time to call in a professional.

You can also go about posting the notice in a public space or the newspaper. This route will require that you have made sufficient effort in order to serve the individual prior. Working with a family law attorney is advised for this route. They can help you determine if sufficient effort was made prior and they can help you submit your request for alternative action.

No matter what, a disagreeable spouse can never prevent a divorce from going through. There are options available to you. If you are having trouble with your divorce process, Please contact Pride Notary and Weddings to get the individual served in a timely manner.

How long will service take?: Service might be quick, or it could take extra time to find a defendant if their whereabouts are not easily discernible. If the defendant is willfully attempting to avoid service, that may cause delays as well. Jurisdictional limitations like not allowing service on holidays can influence the timing. Of course, international service usually takes longer too. Nevertheless, get an idea from the start how long the process server intends to take and have them inform you of any anticipated anomalies that could affect the timing.

Why servers use skip tracing: Many times, when someone is a part of an investigation or they know that a summons is on its way to them, they “skip town”. When you need to find an evasive individual like this, skip tracing is the most effective way to do it.

Skip tracing involves more than simply uncovering the location of an individual. In fact, skip tracing can be used to find more than just hard to locate people. Skip tracing is also used to acquire information like court history and criminal background information.

At PNW we utilize connections and databases that are not readily available to the public to commence our searches. Even when given very little information, we are successful at finding information and people that you may have had difficulty finding on your own.

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