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What You Need to Know About Financial Investigations

What You Need to Know About Financial Investigations?

Financial investigations are useful on many fronts. From helping source evidence of crimes like fraud and corruption to determining someone's estate after their death. Even though these types of investigations are useful for organizations and individuals alike, if you do not hire these services often, you may be... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 4-18-2022

What Should You Do When You Have Been Served

What Should You Do When You Have Been Served?

You’ve just been served a subpoena, now what? Being served may come as a shock. Try not to freak out. The first step you should take is to review the document. Important information will be on it that will influence what your next steps should be. For example,... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 3-16-2022

Process Serving During COVID-19

Process Serving During COVID-19

Process servers have always been the gold standard in guaranteeing that people’s constitutional rights are upheld, that they receive legal documentation securely and discreetly, and that they are properly notified of their involvement in court dealings. There has always been a need to be cautious when serving papers,... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 2-14-2022

How to Become a Process Server

How to Become a Process Server?

If you think that becoming a process server is the right move for you, there are a few steps you will need to take in order to make it happen. Some specific requirements will vary from state to state, but these are the general steps that will help... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 1-14-2022

All About Skip Tracing for Debt Collection

All About Skip Tracing for Debt Collection

Debt collectors use skip tracing to locate debtors who have moved and left no forwarding address. The goal of skip tracing is to find the debtor's new address so that the creditor can collect the debt. What is skip tracing? Skip tracing is the process of locating a... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 12-10-2021

How Long Does It Take to Get a Divorce

How Long Does It Take to Get a Divorce?

Waiting for a divorce to be finalized notoriously takes a long time, and there are several reasons why that is. Technically, in Colorado a divorce can be finalized within 90 days. So why does it usually take longer than that? The courts require a waiting period in between... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 11-12-2021

Let Process Servers Help Deliver Your Eviction Notice

Let Process Servers Help Deliver Your Eviction Notice

Being a landlord is a tough job. And to make it harder, not every tenant is a good one. If a tenant regularly breaks their rental agreement by habitually missing rental payments or conducting illegal activity in the leased property, you have a right to evict them. But... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 10-29-2021

Is Intentionally Trying to Avoid Being Served Legal

Is Intentionally Trying to Avoid Being Served Legal?

Many defense cases, criminal or otherwise, have people asking a crucial question. Is intentionally trying to avoid being served legal? It's not technically illegal to avoid being served by a person tasked with the assignment of delivering papers, such as a process server. However, doing so will still... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 9-17-2021

What to Know About Social Media and Process Serving

What to Know About Social Media and Process Serving?

Social media has been a hot topic for the past few years and one that's been on the forefront of many legal battles. Social media can be used to not only connect with old friends but aid in finding criminals, people who owe money or are wanted by... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 8-13-2021

Process Server Vs Local Sheriff

Process Server Vs Local Sheriff

Process serving is key to initiating a civil lawsuit in the United States. This legal action is performed to offer defendants in said proceedings clear and documented notice of the claims being made against them. In certain locations, lawsuit claimants are permitted to complete the serving process using... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 7-14-2021

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