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.
Legal documents must be delivered by a Process Server to avoid any dispute regarding whether they were delivered. Dishonest people could claim they were mailed when they were not. And those receiving the documents could claim they were never delivered when they were. This would cause a delay in the legal proceedings and more stress, confusion, and cost. With proof from a process server that the documents were delivered, these issues can be avoided.
Legal proceedings officially begin with the process server. They can avoid doing anything that may slow the process. And since they have no personal connection to the case, they are perfect for starting the legal dispute and notifying all parties involved.
Most process servers receive training so they can provide quality service. They gain tools, strategies, and experience so they can carry out their role with speed and efficiency. And they are given a thorough background check before becoming a process server.
Often people will hide when they are about to be served and they can be very difficult to find. Process servers are trained and provided with the tools necessary to find difficult-to-reach people. Proof that notice has been given to all parties is required before any legal action can be taken. You can move legal proceedings along and avoid the stress of looking for people by finding a skilled process server to help you.
These and other important reasons make process servers an integral part of the legal process. If you are looking for a qualified process server to assist you in your legal dispute, contact Roland Process Service and Investigations today. If you have questions take a look at our Service of Process cost breakdown, Order Services, or send us a message. Our team of certified professionals is ready to assist you with your legal needs.
By Roland Investigations 6-17-2021