Helpful Information for Your Process Server
If you have a legal case that you have filed, it is likely that you need to have papers served for the case to move forward. You want service of process to happen as quickly as possible to get your case moving along toward a conclusion. To make sure that your papers are served quickly and accurately, there is some helpful information you can give to your process server.
Last Known Information
Any information you have about the individual’s last whereabouts can be helpful. Provide the private process server with their last known address, their last known employer and schedule, and any other regularly scheduled events and locations that the individual might still frequent. The more information you can give about where and when the person can be found, the faster your papers will be served.
There is some other information you can give your private process server to help them track down individuals who do not want to be served, or who have moved or changed jobs. Giving information about relatives and locations, close friends, and the like can also help private process servers locate individuals. You can also provide information such as birth date or social security number, if you know them.
You may also want to give your private process server information that might lead them to a new address. For example, if you have heard that the individual got married but you don’t know what happened to them after that, you could tell the process server the name of the bride, so they can look up marriage records and go from there.
In short, the more information you can give your process server, the more likely they will be able to get your papers served quickly. The harder the individual is to find, the more information you can provide will be helpful. If you need papers served, contact us today to get started.