Frequently Asked Questions

A process server is a person who serves legal documents such as subpoenas, summons, and other legal notices to individuals who are required to appear in court or respond to legal action.

A process server can serve a variety of legal documents, including subpoenas, summons and complaints, divorce papers, restraining orders, eviction notices, and small claims court documents.

You can find a process server by searching numerous online directories.

A process server can serve legal documents in almost any location where the recipient can be found, including their home, workplace, or other public locations.

If a process server cannot locate the recipient; you may need to hire a private investigator to locate your subject.

The cost of hiring a process server can vary depending on the location, type of service, and complexity of the case. It’s best to get a quote from a process server before hiring them.

In some cases, individuals may be allowed to serve legal documents themselves, but it’s important to check the rules in your jurisdiction to ensure that you comply with all court’s requirements.

The time limit for serving legal documents can vary depending on the jurisdiction and the type of case. It’s important to consult with an attorney or with your particular courts rules to ensure that the documents are served in a timely manner.

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