How many times will a process server attempt to serve?

Answer A process server will continually make reasonable attempts to deliver the papers usually over the course of seven business days. Some states allow substituted service if the person the server is at... Read More »

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Can a process server serve my attorney?

A civil process server can serve papers to an attorney as long as they are not related to any persons involved in the case. After they have served the papers a proof of service must be filed with t... Read More »

Can a process server serve a minor child?

Whether or not a process server can serve a minor varies from state to state. Rule 4(g) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure state that a minor "must be served by following state law for serving... Read More »

How to Serve a Process?

By law, when serving someone process for something such as a lawsuit, complaint or petition, you must make the defendant aware of the process. Usually this is done by serving papers indicating the ... Read More »

How to Become a Process Server?

Anyone who has received a summons, subpoena or any other such legal document of the court knows about process servers. They are the ones who deliver these papers to the parties involved in legal ca... Read More »