According to the due process of the law, each person has a right to be notified if legal action is taken against them and also has a right to know if court actions are taken in their case. To ensure that everyone is adequately informed of court actions, the law stipulates that legal documents pertaining to these actions must be delivered in person. In most states anyone over the age of majority who is not part of the case can act as a process server and deliver the legal documents. Sounds simple? It is not, but a professional process server at Associated Services can help you navigate through the rules of the law that govern your particular type of legal case and make sure that the documents are served right the first time.
At Associated Services we ensure that we match your case with the best process server equipped to deliver your papers and properly execute the affidavits for the court. We help you understand the process we go through and we supervise our process servers in the field. Our legal specialists overcome obstacles and are equipped to turn a complicated process service into a solved and served one.
In some cases, people simply do not wish to be served with legal documents. They may wish to avoid a court case or divorce case and may simply leave town or refuse to accept the documents. When this happens, it is important to have a professional process server do the process serving for you. At Associated Services we can help you with:
When you need a process server anywhere in the United States, let Associated Services help you serve your legal documents right the first time. There is no need to complicate the process! We will help you make the process service simple and done right the first time!
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