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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...
Arizona Process Serving and Social Media

Arizona Process Serving and Social Media

New technology can be a a big help to process servers, especially when trying to track down someone who is attempting to avoid a summons. See our article on Skiptracing for more information on some of the technology that we use. Social Media technology is providing...
Process Server or Sheriff?

Process Server or Sheriff?

When a legal document needs to be served you can hire a process server or a sheriff. Which is the best choice for you? Here at the ASAP Serve Blog, we have addressed this question in a different context before in our post on who can be a process server. Now, we are...
Protecting Process Servers

Protecting Process Servers

Our affiliates at ServeNow.com have begun an effort to help reduce the number of assaults on process servers. The campaign is titled Promoting Assault Awareness and Protective Regulations for Servers (PAAPRS). The official page offers a wealth of resources for process...
Why Hire a Local Phoenix Process Server

Why Hire a Local Phoenix Process Server

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...
Process Server Registration Qualifications

Process Server Registration Qualifications

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...