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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...
How to Get an Arizona Forcible Detainer

How to Get an Arizona Forcible Detainer

There are many types of legal papers that a process server can deliver. In Arizona, a forcible detainer is one such type of paper. In more common terms, a forcible detainer is a part of the eviction process, and is sometimes called eviction. There are many steps...
More Types of Legal Papers Served

More Types of Legal Papers Served

At ASAP Serve, we deliver a wide variety of legal papers. We thought it might be helpful if our clients, and anyone else reading this blog, knew more about the papers we serve. The following are just a few of the many types of papers that our process servers can...
Process Server Terminology

Process Server Terminology

If you are new to process serving, there may be some terms that you are not familiar with. Some terms that sound familiar may have specific legal meanings. In order to better understand process serving, it is important to first understand some of the basic...
What Types of Papers Does a Process Server Serve?

What Types of Papers Does a Process Server Serve?

Most people know that process servers deliver papers for court cases, but they may not realize all of the different types of legal documents that can be served. Arizona process servers, including those at ASAP Serve, can promptly and legally serve many types of legal...
Do I Need a Process Server in Arizona?

Do I Need a Process Server in Arizona?

If you have a legal document that needs served in Arizona, you may be wondering if you have to hire a process server. In Arizona, the answer is most likely yes. There are alternatives to a process server. A sheriff could serve legal documents, but that may not always...