What To Do When Someone Owes You Money

If you or your business has made small loans, you expect those people to pay the loan back in a reasonable amount of time. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always happen. Then, you have to figure out how to get your money so you’re not just giving it away. Here’s what to do when someone owes you…

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What is Skip Tracing?

A process server can do a lot of things for you. They can serve and deliver writs of execution, subpoenas, warrants, divorce papers and more. They can also rush court services, prepare and file documents, and retrieve public records. Process servers can also do something called skip tracing. Skip tracing is a colloquial phrase that…

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Average Cost of Hiring a Process Server

The cost of process serving varies depending on the type of service required, the difficulty of the service, and additional charges. Process serving is the act of delivering legal documents such as complaints and subpoenas to individuals or organizations involved in legal proceedings. It must be undertaken by an individual who is not party to…

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3 Things A Process Server Can Do for You

Process server isn’t necessarily a term everyone knows and understands. Some may confuse it with technical or computer lingo. Simply put, a process server is a person who delivers papers such as writs, warrants, divorce papers and subpoenas. It’s actually an important part of the legal process. The U.S. Constitution gives every citizen the right…

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International Process Serving

Service of process is the procedure of giving a person or party appropriate notice of legal action. It can be a subpoena, a call to be a witness, or notice of a lawsuit. Process servers carry out service of process, often hand-delivering notices to ensure that there is no question of whether or not a…

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How to Become a Process Server

As Americans, we all have the constitutional right to due process. As a part of that right, we are all supposed to be given proper notice if we need to appear in a court of law. As a result, courts use process servers to deliver papers, warrants, writs, or subpoenas to people. Process servers ensure…

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History of Process Serving

Service of process is when one party in a lawsuit gives notice of legal action to another involved party, such as a defendant, court or administrative body. Legal actions that require service of process include warrants, subpoenas, court summons, citations, arraignments and indictments. This is typically done by process servers, whose job it is to…

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3 Things A Process Server Can Do for You

Process server isn’t necessarily a term everyone knows and understands. Some may confuse it with technical or computer lingo. Simply put, a process server is a person who delivers papers such as writs, warrants, divorce papers and subpoenas. It’s actually an important part of the legal process. The U.S. Constitution gives every citizen the right…

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