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An Inside Look at a Process Server’s Daily Tasks

An Inside Look at a Process Server’s Daily Tasks

What Duties Does a Mesa Process Server Perform? Many people are unfamiliar with what a Mesa process server is and what their daily tasks include. Most likely, you’ve seen a process server at work in a movie or TV show, or even in real life, although you may not have...
Reality vs. Fiction: What Does a Real Process Server Do?

Reality vs. Fiction: What Does a Real Process Server Do?

The Truth About Serving Papers In Mesa, AZ You may have never been involved in a lawsuit, but you almost certainly know what a process server does thanks to portrayals in TV and movies. The situation is usually played for laughs as one person tries to serve papers to...

3 Essential Process Serving Questions

3 Essential Process Serving Questions Process of service is essential to most legal procedures, but many people still don’t know much about it. Some people may have a vague recollection of a scene in a movie where someone was served (usually by dubious methods), but...
6 Surprising Rules that Process Servers Have to Follow

6 Surprising Rules that Process Servers Have to Follow

6 Surprising Rules that Process Servers Have to Follow Process servers have a tough job. Not only do they have to go to great lengths to find someone who typically does not want to be found, but they also have to do the job while following some very strict rules. The...
Can an Arizona Process Server Deliver Papers to a Prison?

Can an Arizona Process Server Deliver Papers to a Prison?

Can an Arizona Process Server Deliver Papers to a Prison? Say your spouse is serving time in prison and you want to divorce him. Can you serve the divorce papers to him in prison? Or does that have to go through his lawyer (if he even has one)? Or maybe you have...
Process Servers, who can be one?

Process Servers, who can be one?

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....