Frequently Asked Questions About Process ServingAnswers to commonly asked process serving questions.
Frequently Asked Questions About Process Serving
Answers to commonly asked process serving questions.
What Does A Process Server Do?
Process service is the delivery of court documents to defendants. This is a legal process for the clients bringing the action to get resolution to the complaint via the legal process.
The process server is an important piece of the justice system. The process server must deliver (serve) the documents within all the rules of the jurisdiction where the document was filed. A process server is a person of high integrity, tenacious, reliable, and not a party to the action. Their job must be completed correctly 100% of the time.
Process serving professionals begin their day by mapping out their stops and reviewing the documents. Once they arrive at a target location, they then must decide the best approach, based on the document they are serving, and the history of the person being served. Being stealthy or bold and knocking on the door of a strange house, they have seconds to determine if the target is the person they are speaking with, or determine if they should switch gears and begin querying the subject at the door for additional information. Process servers must be skilled at keeping the questions and conversation going throughout the process.
While at the door, where mere seconds have passed, they make the decision to serve the document based on the information provided to them by the client and the subject at the door, while bearing in mind the effects of their actions on the entire case.
After serving the document, process servers then must complete an affidavit of service detailing the events of the service to include the date, time, place, and manner of service. In certain jurisdictions this affidavit of service must be signed before a notary. The affidavit must be either returned to the attorney or filed with the court. In addition, our clients in Wyoming and Colorado also take full advantage of our skip tracing services for hard to locate individuals.
A primary advantage of hiring Process Service of Wyoming, Inc. is our wide geographical area of coverage deploying trained process server professionals covering all Wyoming towns, locations, counties, and cities including Cheyenne, Casper, Gillette, Rock Springs, Rawlins, Douglas, Laramie, Sheridan, Jackson, Cody, Lander, Riverton, Powell, Evanston, Torrington and the Green River, Wyoming areas.