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Process Server Guide: Things You Need to Know before You Hire One

Process Server Guide: Things You Need to Know before You Hire One

You have many options for completing the service of process that’s required to start your legal action. You can complete the service yourself through methods such as registered mail in some cases, though it’s not recommended, or you can hire one of many professionals...
4 Reasons Why a Process Server Might Come in Handy

4 Reasons Why a Process Server Might Come in Handy

Service of process is an important part of many legal proceedings. If you are divorcing someone, suing someone, or starting some other legal proceeding against someone, you will need to serve them with official paperwork notifying them of the action against them. Most...
Process Server Tech and How It Can Help Find People

Process Server Tech and How It Can Help Find People

It’s not always to find people when you want to sue them. In fact, most people will go out of their way to not be found if they know they are going to be subject to legal action. Yet you have to officially serve people if you are going to take legal action, such as...
Questions You Should Ask before Hiring a Process Server

Questions You Should Ask before Hiring a Process Server

Hiring a process server can improve the strength of your case. An Arizona process server will ensure that proper service of process takes place to notify parties to the case of the legal action, to call on witnesses to testify, to subpoena evidence, and more. Without...
Arizona Injunctions Against Harassment

Arizona Injunctions Against Harassment

What is Legal Harassment In Arizona In Arizona, harassment has a specific, legal definition. According to the Judicial Branch of Arizona Maricopa County website, one act can never constitute harassment. The act must be repeated in order to be considered legal...
Getting an Arizona Order of Protection

Getting an Arizona Order of Protection

Restraining Orders in Arizona go by the title of orders of protection or injunctions. According the the Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County, you can only apply for an order of protection if “the defendant is: Your spouse or your former spouse. Your roommate...