Server Stu gives us a glimpse into the life of a process server with fun facts and personal stories!
Patricia Briggs once said, “Hard truths can be dealt with and triumphed over, but lies will destroy your soul.”
There is no question that awkward and intense moments can happen in the workplace. From coworkers dating and breaking up, to employee’s simply downright hating their bosses, drama has been welcomed in most work environments.
According to a poll taken by Serve Now, process servers estimated that up to 25% of their serves originate in a different state than where they’re certified.
At Stewart Civil Process we work hard to ensure that your documents are served properly and efficiently. But what is civil process? Here are our 5 most frequently asked questions.
Sometimes finding a defendant goes beyond them possibly evading service. There are many times in which a skip trace is advised or requested in order to find current or more recent information on a defendant. A skip trace will produce various records of those who have the same or similar name, so identifying numbers such as a social security number or birthday helps when narrowing down results.
Only five of the fifty states have special laws that protect process servers if they encounter a violent situation when serving process. Many times, it has been reported that servers have sought out the help of local law enforcement, just to be told that they are on their own. Process servers should be aware of their rights as a server and how to protect themselves as to avoid any potentially dangerous situations.