The American court system presides over a wide range of legal issues. The right paperwork can make or break a case, which is why it’s so important to serve court papers properly. Process servers deliver essential legal documents to recipients to help the wheels of the legal system keep turning.
Accurate Serve® Serves All Non-Enforceable Civil Process
Accurate Serve Sarasota specializes in serving all non-enforceable civil processes, including summonses, complaints, petitions, and motions. Continue reading
Traditionally, the service of the process requires papers to be served in person. But in today’s world that is so heavily driven and influenced by social media, judges are allowed social media service of process with more frequency.
The Changing Nature of Social Media
Facebook and Twitter began as sites for college students interested in alternative ways of communicating and sharing their thoughts, but both platforms have transformed into cornerstones of society. Middle schoolers and senior citizens alike are on Facebook and Twitter now. This predominance of social media means that most people can be found on Facebook and Twitter even when their current address or phone number cannot be uncovered. Continue reading
Scammers take every possible opportunity to swindle people out of their data and money. This is even true in the world of process serving.
Make sure you can recognize the signs of a fake process server so that your private information doesn’t end up in the wrong hands.
They Ask for Money
Process servers are paid by the people who hire them. The people who receive the papers are never responsible for payment. Any process server who attempts to ask for money, such as a processing or delivery fee, is not a legitimate process server. If this happens to you, immediately refuse the service and contact law enforcement to report the incident. Continue reading
Did you know that skip tracing is for more than just finding cars to repo? Skip tracing actually refers to the many different methods that can be used to track people down. There are a lot of reasons that skip tracing might be required, and having a process server with these skills as a partner could be just what you need to get your law practice running smoothly. Here are some of the most common ways that skip tracing can help your law firm.
Find missing witnesses
Often a case will be hinged on one or two key witnesses. While physical evidence is always best, getting eye witness accounts can be of assistance. In addition, you may need to have witnesses verify information relating to a civil or criminal case in order for it to be considered evidence. Continue reading