Divorces are stressful and chaotic. Spouses are often taken off guard when being served with divorce papers. The entire experience can be extremely traumatizing, especially if it is sudden. That’s why it’s extremely important for all process servers to handle divorce cases with the utmost professionalism and sensitivity.
Deescalation techniques and safety practices are extremely important in the serving process in divorce cases. Certain actions and statements should be avoided, including: Continue reading
Process servers do a lot more than just serve summons’ and witnesses. One of the other major parts of their jobs is to help landlords and tenants navigate the eviction and foreclosure processes.
The first step in notifying a tenant that they need to vacate a rental property is to deliver a 3-day notice. This notice informs the tenant of the reason for the request and gives them time to make arrangements to leave. If the tenant does not vacate in the specified time, the landlord can proceed to eviction. Continue reading
Process servers are tasked with keeping the legal system running smoothly by ensuring that people know when they are required to be in court. Process servers have to be creative and use the resources around them to locate the recipients of the paperwork they deliver. Some situations require more creativity than others, but there is a limit on what process servers can do while attempting to serve process to a recipient.
Process Servers Can Contact Your Family, Friends, and Even Employer
No matter how hard you try to hide the fact that you have legal troubles, if you avoid a process server, you can expect them to start contacting anyone associated with you. That could be your parents, siblings, spouse, extended family, children, friends, or even your employer. When everyone in your life starts getting calls or emails from a process server trying to find you, you’ll have a lot of explaining to do. You’re better off not trying to avoid the process server so you can keep your personal matters personal. Continue reading
Do you manage or work for a law firm? Then you probably have considered hiring a private process service agency to handle your caseload instead of always using law enforcement. While it is acceptable to use law enforcement to serve process, there are some definite advantages to partnering with a reputable, professional process service agency, especially when you need to track the status of several cases at once.
Choose Accurate Serve® of Dallas for all your firm’s service of process needs and you’ll enjoy:
It couldn’t be easier to submit a request for service than with Accurate Serve®. Simply go to our website, click on ‘Send Work’, fill out the information, submit payment, and click submit. That’s it! Continue reading