What Process Servers Do

Many people outside the legal support business have a limited view of exactly what process servers do. Sure, we serve papers, but we do so much more to get to that point. Here is an inside look at all the prep work that a typical process server must do in an average...

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Title Abstracting and Researching

Perhaps you are an investor, a title insurance issuer, an attorney providing opinions on title, or you simply would like to purchase a new home. In these situations, you will want to gather as much information as possible about particular pieces of property. This...

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Observing a Property

As you know, a process server is the person that is hired to serve or deliver legal paperwork, such as subpoenas or summons and complaints, to individuals or companies. When a process server accepts a job, they are sure to take down any important information regarding...

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What is Form BOC-3?

BOC-3 is a form that is provided by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, or FMCSA, and it gives brokers, motor carriers, and freight forwarders the ability to operate in multiple states in which they conduct business by providing them with a legal presence...

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Skip Tracing to Aid in Process Serving

What is Skip tracing? Skip tracing is the act of gathering information from multiple sources in order to locate a person that is difficult to find. As a matter of fact, the “skip” portion of the phrase “skip tracing” refers to the act of one “skipping” town. After...

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