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Process Server Terms to Know

A process server is a professional that is more than just a messenger or courier, they are trained agents that deliver or serve legal documents to parties involved in civil court proceedings including a subpoena, divorce papers and other court files and documents. A process server should be familiar with the laws of your state and or county that govern process serving. Here are some terms you should know before hiring a process server.

  • Service of Process - This is the process whereupon legal documents including subpoena and divorce documents are delivered to the intended party a their home or place of work and must be delivered by a third party not affiliated with the court proceedings.
  • Affidavit of Service - This is the proof that a process server has delivered court files and documents to the intended recipient. The process server must have this affidavit signed by a notary agent in order for it to be admissible in court.
  • Skip Trace - This is how a process server researches, investigates and locates difficult to find people through gathering public files and court documents to trying and identify their location.
  • Surveillance - Often a process server will go undercover and follow someone in their private, daily lives and watch them to determine their daily patterns to identify the best time to serve the intended party with court papers
  • Locate People - If a process server needs to do to extra measures to locate someone, there will likely be an additional charge. This includes services like skip trace and surveillance that are additional services that support the successful delivery of case files and documents.
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    AGENTSERVE Process Servers
    2375 E. Camelback Road, Suite 600, Phoenix, AZ 85016
    Flat Rates - Fast Service on Registered Agents in Arizona. Hourly process service on CT Corporation System, Corporation Service Company and National Registered Agents, plus state and county agencies.
    (888) 557-2062
    LAWGRRL Process Servers
    3219 E Camelback Rd Unit 138, Phoenix, AZ 85018
    Phoenix Process Services. Centrally located, we have over 9 years of experience with Phoenix law firms and also offer discreet and affordable assistance to corporations and individuals. Phoenix Process Servers.
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    (602) 317-2175
    User Review: "Lady is a head case / only was should would work with me is if I paid in cash / absolutely no cc or debit card / even said..."
    All About Serving
    1849 E Guadalupe Rd, Tempe, AZ 85283
    We are licensed process servers. We pride ourselves on honesty and integrity. Our goal is to get your docs served fast and to satisfy our clients. We are happy when you're happy.
    (480) 818-6370
    Sigma Process Service
    1739 E Broadway Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282
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    (480) 736-1282
    User Review: "Called late in the afternoon and still got my item served the same day! fee was reasonable, service was excellent. I will..." - Private (AZ)
    The Phoenix Process Server
    7701 E Indian School Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    Hire a skilled process server from The Phoenix Process Server in Scottsdale, AZ, to deliver legal documents, be it for divorce or restraining orders.
    (480) 900-2096
    Get Smart Process Service
    316 W Mcdowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85003
    (602) 257-8188
    DMP Process
    2601 N 16th St, Phoenix, AZ 85006
    (602) 257-9600
    Frontier Privat
    1145 W Mcdowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85007
    (602) 258-0022
    R & R Messengers
    4002 W Culver St, Phoenix, AZ 85009
    (602) 252-5735
    A.R.M Process Server & Legal Courts Filing
    2046 W Hazelwood St, Phoenix, AZ 85015
    (602) 635-9131
    Integrity Attorney Services
    650 W Vermont Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85013
    (602) 424-3026
    A & A Investigations
    Phoenix, AZ 85041
    (602) 373-8532
    Carvajal Document Services, LLC
    2523 W Saint Kateri Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85041
    (602) 541-4825
    Imagenet LLC
    2400 W Dunlap Ave Ste 130, Phoenix, AZ 85021
    (602) 595-0260
    Dl Investigatio
    1717 E Morten Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85020
    (602) 285-9901

    If you are involved in a legal battle such as a lawsuit or divorce, you may find yourself served. This means that a process server delivers legal papers to you. These might be for a subpoena, divorce documents or court appearance. The process server is an agent or messenger who works for lawyers. Acting as a courier, they deliver these documents so that the recipients have a legal obligation to respond. In most places, if there is no proof that the people got the files, they don’t have to appear in court. This means that the agent often has to work hard to locate the recipient. A large part of the reason why you might hire a process server is to find one of the people involved in a case. Because so many places require confirmation that the documents have been received, these professionals are almost like undercover detectives. They will search for the person you need. They will trace their every move. This might mean they use surveillance tactics or even investigate a person’s lifestyle to find them. Like a private eye, a server needs the full support of their clients to be successful. If you need to deliver a subpoena for a civil or other hearing, consider hiring a server. They will help you find the person you are looking for. If you ever meet a person who asks you your name and then hands you an envelope and says “You’ve been served,” you just met a process server and are probably holding a subpoena.
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