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About Process Servers & The Process Server Directory.

The Rominger Legal Process Server Directory is a resource for lawyers and the public to find professional process servers to serve process, including complaints, writs, summons, subpoenas, and other legal documents.

As a free resource to the public and process servers we also have the Process Server and PI Forums, where servers can discuss paper delivery techniques, skip tracing tips, process server marketing, and all other aspects of their process serving business. Members of the public and people in fields related to process serving can post questions, make comments, and join in the process server discussions as well. Use of the Process Serving Forums is free.

Process servers are the professionals who deliver legal paper work for a living. These professional servers provide delivery of legal documents on a routine basis and are thus experienced in the logistics and practicalities of accomplishing process service. They may serve papers locally, or throughout the state or country.

Generally each state has its own rules for process servers and process serving companies. You should verify that the process server you use is both versed in the service rules of the state he or she operates in, as well as the rules of proper service as they apply to the legal papers or documents you are having served, and which may be required by the rules of service or statute in your state.

Some states require process servers to be sheriffs or constables, and others have process serving licenses which must be obtained. Other states have no regulation, and any adult can become a process server in those jurisdictions. As the lawyer or litigant, you should verse yourself with the applicable rules of service to be sure that proper service can be obtained with the individual server employed.

The chief advantage of using a professional process serving company is that they are generally faster than other forms of service, and can, if need be, later be called to testify or give testimony by affidavit that process service and / or original service was effectuated in accordance with he rules of service, which is important in proving personal jurisdiction.You should use a process server to deliver your summons, writ or complaint to prevent defendant's from escaping service.

The Rominger Legal Process Server Directory has been designed to help process servers make you aware of their services. You should click on the regional or statewide servers above to find the right process server for you. Some servers provide rush service, and all servers provide routine service of process. You should clearly discuss the deadlines for service with your process server before sending the process to be served. Some process servers will help you find a defendant or witness. This service is often called skip tracing.

Checking a process servers references is always a good idea. Many process servers are member of NAPPS (the National Association of Process Servers), or other state or regional process server organizations. Affilliation with NAPPS or other organizations can show a level of profesionalism in a process server. NAPPS and some state organizations require process server members to adhere to high standards when serving process, and discipline or remove servers for not living up to these rules and codes.



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