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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

The Importance of Process Servers

The Importance of Process Servers

Without a Process Server’s important role in the legal process, the Constitution's requirements would be neglected, and the legal process would be unfit. Here are a few of the vital services Process Servers provide. Proof of Service Legal documents must be delivered by a Process Server to avoid... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 6-17-2021

Using an Asset Search for Help During Probate

Using an Asset Search for Help During Probate

The period that follows the passing of a loved one is inherently sad and stressful for the family. Ideally, the deceased person would have documented their assets before passing. This may be uncomfortable for some, but it is a practical step that lessens stress and confusion for grieving... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 5-18-2021

Service of Process How it Works

Service of Process How it Works

“You’ve just been served!” That’s been heard on many television shows, but what does it mean? Service of process is the same as “You’ve been served”. Process serving is thе task of delivering legal dосumеnts to аn individuаl or раrtу оn a lеgаl mаttеr оr iѕѕuе. Aѕ a... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 4-23-2021

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Roland Process Service & Investigation is a local, national and international service that provides high-quality, up-to-date, trustworthy, and cost-effective Process Servers. Our mission is to implement affordable services to ALL as well as evenmore extensive discounts for indigent and disabled citizens. Below is a list of frequently asked... [read more]

By James D Roland 3-16-2021

How to Use a Financial Investigation in Regards to Child Support

How to Use a Financial Investigation in Regards to Child Support?

Your child means everything to you. You want to care for them the best you can. Having enough funds to give them proper food, clothing, and shelter is a big part of doing that. This fact does not change just because you and the other parent... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 2-16-2021

How Employers Can Protect Themselves Against COVID-19 Related Lawsuits

How Employers Can Protect Themselves Against COVID-19 Related Lawsuits?

Ever since COVID-19 became a regular part of our daily vocabulary, governments, businesses, and families have been ever adapting to meet CDC guidelines on the subject. Because Coronavirus is so novel, our understanding of how it operates and how to best react to it has continually changed. So,... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 1-18-2021

You Have Been Served a Subpoena - Now What

You Have Been Served a Subpoena - Now What

At Roland Investigations, we are happy to serve subpoenas for all our clients, whether you are in or out of the state. But do you know what you should do if you are served a subpoena? Read on to find out. What is a Subpoena? You likely have... [read more]

By Roland Investigations 12-15-2020

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