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Top 3 Advantages of Hiring a Professional Process Server

Posted by on Mar 3, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off

Top 3 Advantages of Hiring a Professional Process Server Court cases are already stressful and difficult on its own, how much more if you do not have the right person who can ensure that all your legal documents and relevant court papers are forwarded to the proper party effectively and efficiently. While you have the option of hiring a deputy sheriff or a professional process server to do this job for you, below are just three of the many benefits why you should rely on and hire a registered process server: Peace of Mind Attending to court cases can cause you sleepless nights and a great...

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Process Serving and Why It is Still Important Today

Posted by on Jan 17, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off

Process Serving and Why It is Still Important Today Every citizen of the United States has the right to be informed if they are going to be summoned to court. This is the basis of what process servers do as enshrined in the fifth and sixth amendments. In the early days, the work of process servers was done by agents of court or sheriffs. It was decided court documents should be delivered by messengers to free sheriffs from these duties. Today there are many states where virtually anyone over the age of 18 can become a process server. However, the laws may vary from state to state. In some...

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How an Executive Errand Service can Boost Your Quality of Life

Posted by on Jan 11, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off

How an Executive Errand Service can Boost Your Quality of Life An executive errand is a professional service for people looking for a convenient and reliable way to get some of their day to day tasks accomplished. More and more executives are now considering the services of a professional concierge. Here are some of the reasons why. Free to Focus on your Core Business If you are a busy professional and often find that you have very little free time on your hands, it could be that you are spending too much time on non-essential tasks. Paperwork can tie you down and distract you from your core...

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Mobile Notary Service is The Next Big Thing in Legal Document Procurement

Posted by on Nov 17, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off

Mobile Notary Service is The Next Big Thing in Legal Document Procurement Mobility is shaping our entire world not just with the gadgets and connectivity we have, but with traditional services that we have grown accustomed to. This includes legal document authentication and binding agreements which need to be acquired through certified attorneys and signing agents. With most service providers aiming to reach a wider audience, the convenience of having a mobile notary service gives you the great advantage of getting everything done at your doorsteps saving you time. This is very important...

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Recover Your Debts with a Good Skip Tracing Services

Posted by on Oct 6, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off

Recover Your Debts with a Good Skip Tracing Services A number of debts are left unpaid because the borrower has made a ‘disappearing act’. You can’t call their numbers, their collection notices are returned to your offices and their employers have never heard of the name you have at hand. When this happens, the only way to track down on your debtor is through track tracing. This may make you wonder whether getting the services may be worth your time and money or just let the person go would be okay. Trace Your Debtor’s Whereabouts Using Our Skip Tracing Certified Mobile Notary & Friendly...

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What is a Process Server?

Posted by on Sep 9, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off

What is a Process Server ? In the legal field, a process server is a term used to describe an individual who informs an individual of being summoned or of other legal matters. Process servers were first created as a messenger system of sorts in order to provide individuals with legal papers as they are dispersed by the court. An individual working as a process server will perform a number of tasks including filing court papers, document retrieval, and serving legal documents. A process server will take such documents and deliver to the individual, then have to provide evidence that the...

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