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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 decided to bring a civil case against someone who was convicted...
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....
What Does a Process Server Do?

What Does a Process Server Do?

The job of a process server is, at least on the surface, quite simple: to present to those involved in a legal preceding the documents that the court requires be delivered. Process serving is a fundamental part of the American legal system. By ensuring the delivery of...
3 Things to Consider with Your Process Server

3 Things to Consider with Your Process Server

Understand, you can get 2 of 3 things, but never all three from your process server company. What things are most important to you? 1) Lowest price 2) Best service 3) Quality product If #1 was your answer, do you have a reasonable expection of getting #s 2 and...