We have covered a good bit of ground in the first four articles covering the basics of process serving. Now it is time to hit the road and serve the papers. It is time to get the job done, wow the client and try to maximize profit by limiting attempts at service. (more…)
I hope you have read and enjoyed Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of this series covering the basics of serving process. In this part I will share with you how I first approach a new serve and why it always pays to do your homework. (more…)
You may be asking why you would even consider registering as a process server to begin with.
I find it quite fun, exciting, adventurous and satisfying to serve papers. I always have. It’s not that I enjoy delivering (usually) bad news to people, (more…)
1) Get all the information you can before you attempt service
One of the best steps you can take to make your life easier is to obtain as much information as you can from your client about the person you are serving. (more…)
Why are process servers important?
Would you prefer to know if someone were taking you to court for any reason? Can you imagine going to work to find your wages are being garnished over a debt you didn’t even owe? (more…)