• Monica Fields

What does a process server do exactly?

A process server's job is not only to serve legal documents to individuals involved in a lawsuit, but provide a multitude of other services such as filing court papers, document retrieval, skip tracing and notary public.

In my experience, it's a comfort to attorneys, debt collectors, and property managers to have someone or a company that can handle legal support.

Process Servers often are misunderstood and disregarded as the lowest tier of the legal totem pole.


Thanks to modern technology, we have the ability to study law at our fingertips. Programs design to push process servers into different mediums of the service industry.

Process servers not mail men or women but a vital part of the legal field and will continue to make in-road in more legal situations.

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Any comments on the information would be appreciated.

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