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A phrase that we seem to be hearing more and more today is to “buy local.” Usually it is in reference to food, especially farm products. The proponents of this idea claim that it will help the local economy, keep local farmers in business, and help cut down on pollution from shipping. Those are all good reasons, but when it comes to hiring local process servers there are some other reasons that you might find
Process servers must be registered in order to legally serve process in Arizona (and most other places as well). Here at ASAP Serve, our process servers are registered professionals. I would like to give you an idea of what they went through to become registered so that you can be confident they will be able to handle any situation that may arise while serving your papers. First, some basics, a process server must be at
Hiring a process server doesn’t have to be a difficult process. Our affiliates at Serve-now.com put together a checklist for hiring a process server. You can view the full article here. We here at ASAP Serve would like to make it easier for you to use this handy checklist to make an informed decision about our company. We thought it might save you some time if we went through the checklist and did some of
What happens when a process server cannot find the person being served? That depends on who your process server is. Not every process server has the knowledge and skills necessary to find the party to be served. ASAP Serve uses skiptracing to track down those being served in a timely and efficient manner. Skiptracing is a way to locate people who have “skipped town” (hence the name). Sometimes people may be missing inadvertently or may
It is important to make sure that papers are served legally. If something is done incorrectly the entire case may be thrown out of court. Rule 4(d) of the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure states that no one connected with the case can legally act as a process server. That rules out any attorneys and their employees who are attached to the case. No one under the age of 21 can be a process server