Server's Corner

What Makes a Good Process Server

No one likes having to go to court but there are some circumstances where inevitably you have to. If you are the plaintiff, then you no doubt have some legal procedures that you must follow in order to get the case going. One of those procedures is serving the defendant the documents saying that you’re taking them to court and the reason why. When there is a lot at stake it is pertinent that you make sure that you don’t have an amateur process server to serve your documents. This could endanger the entire case. Roland Investigations knows what it means to have a process server you can trust.

When looking at a process server there are certain qualities that you want them to have a record of. Integrity must be among the foremost. Having strong moral principles is very important when it comes to picking trustworthy process server. Knowing you have someone who is going to do what is right at all times is important. At the end of the day you need someone you know you can count on. Process serving is all about following the laws that govern it. This requires that you have someone who follows them and even more so, goes beyond by doing what is good. Honesty is of the utmost importance.

In addition to the quality of integrity you will also want someone with experience. Often times experience makes the difference when it comes to making sure that the proper papers are served in a timely manner. This can make all the difference in the legal case at hand. How a process server goes about serving the documents can be a make or break to the case because not doing their due diligence. In addition to this you want someone who knows the lay of the land and has sharp instincts to be able to track down the targeted person.

Roland Investigations understands the difficulty in finding a good process server to get the job done right. We have done the bulk of the work for you. Our team has over 85 years of experience. More than that we have gone through and hired the best process servers out there. This saves you the trouble of having to search for one you can trust and depend on. Fill out our form online or call us today!

By James D. Roland 10-31-2018



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