Why should I hire a Greeley Process Server to serve my papers in Northern Colorado?
- What is Service of Process? In regards to legal proceedings all parties involved in any case must be legally notified when facing legal action against them in a court of law or any administrative court. This form of notification is referred to as Service of Process and is fulfilled by delivering certain legal documents describing the legal action that is being taken. Some examples of legal documents that comprise service of process would include such things as a summons, complaints, subpoenas, writs, and other court documents. These court documents are delivered to the individual whom the legal action is directed. Service of Process must be served by an individual who is not a party to the case. Your Greeley Process server is such an individual.
- What does a Process Server do? A Process Server delivers (or serves) these legal and court documents to defendants and other individuals involved in a court case. The process server must serve the documents in accordance with the rules of Service of Process in Colorado. In some instances this may mean handing the documents to the defendant or individual personally or perhaps performing substituted service to someone in the same household or business, as allowed by the law dependent on the documents being served. Once the documents are served, the process server must provide Proof of Service that the papers were served. This is done through a document called an Affidavit of Service, also referred to as a Proof of Service, which must be notarized and given to the party who requested service.
- Do I need a Process Server? Hiring a Process Server is an important step in proceeding with your court case. Your Process Server must know the regulations, laws and stipulations of service as provided by the laws of Colorado. One mis-step and your case may be in jeopardy. In some instances certain documents can be served to other individuals beside the defendant or subject being served. However this is NOT always the case. Your process server must know the laws in regards to ALL cases to ensure your process service is handled correctly. As well, many times defendants attempt to DUCK or hide from service. For these tough situations there are prescribed methods by law to conduct Service by Refusal and your process server must know when to do this, how to do this, and what documentation must be provided for such an action, to ensure the integrity of the service and your case.
- Process Servers vs. Sheriffs You should keep in mind that a process server should be someone who is experienced in serving legal documents efficiently, effectively and within the bounds of the laws here in Colorado. More importantly, a professional process servers must be knowledgeable of the legislation surrounding service of process in Colorado and the Greeley area. There are several requirements and constraints associated with serving legal documents. If the service is not performed in accordance with the law, this can hinder your case from going forward or result in the dismissal of your case.
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- How much does it cost to get papers served? FortCollins, Greeley, and Loveland Process Server rates can vary depending on the location, documents to be served, speed in which you require the service to happen and other factors all come into play. For a complete list of our rates please refer to our pricing below where you can utilize our automated Process Serve System. This secured system is the most efficient way to get your Process Serve scheduled as quickly as possible. For those special circumstances, or just to ask questions, please feel free to call (970) 573-0938
- Why use a Greeley, Fort Collins or Loveland Process Server? As a Greeley Process Server we have been providing professional process service to Northern Colorado since 2008. We are proud members of the PPIAC (Professional Private Investigators Server Association of Colorado) and licensed, bonded and insured private investigators. Our Greeley, Fort Collins and Loveland Process Servers focus on Process Serving, getting the serve done, and getting it done right the first time. With our automated Process Serve System you can rest assured that Greeley Process Servers are on the job, looking after your best interest.
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