Benefits of Social Media Investigations

The popularity of social media has grown by leaps and bounds, making it more popular today than ever. All it takes is a few quick clicks and you can locate just about anybody. Because social media is so popular, social media investigations have become a frequent tool for process servers. Here is everything you need…

Legal Methods to Serve Divorce Papers

5 ways to serve divorce papers in California Divorce is difficult. Among the vast number of troubles associated with divorce is serving your spouse divorce papers. Finding the right time, place or circumstances is often next to impossible. Yet in the state of California, the courts allow the serving of divorce in a number of…

The New Webcam Revolution in Process Serving

  What many notaries are using in place of stamps today. Hundreds of millions of documents are notarized annually by over 77,000 notaries across the nation, from handgun applications, wills, citizenship forms, mortgages and more. And since the first time a document was required to be notarized in this country, notarizations have been done in…

What to Consider When Hiring a Process Server

Research before hiring! A process server can be an invaluable asset when you have essential legal documents that need to be handed over to another party. Although you can pull up results on a Google search, remember that not all process servers are equal. Below are a few things to take into consideration before you…

The Top 4 Reasons to Work with a Process Server

Have you considered serving papers yourself? Read this article first! In divorce cases, criminal hearings, civil lawsuits, and other legal matters, serving an official court notice, subpoena, or complaint sometimes becomes a necessity. And though you could potentially do this job yourself, there are a number of convincing reasons to consider hiring a professional expert…

What to Do When You Receive a Subpoena

One of the major roles of a process server is to deliver subpoenas. A subpoena is a writ issued by a court or other government agency to a person requesting that they appear in court or that they provide documents, materials or other evidence. However, this request is really more of a command, since failure…