How Does a Process Server Find Someone

adlijhgThe job of a process server sometimes goes beyond ensuring service is preformed in a manner that adheres to the laws governing the services of process, but can sometimes become difficult when the whereabouts of the person being served is unknown.

Scott Frank is not only a trusted process server but is a skilled investigator exempt under LA R.S 37:3503 8B (iv) that helps to find missing persons.  These skills cross over into his process serving when required to locate the  insurance claimants, persons involved in lawsuits or other criminal or civil cases.  You can read more about his process in helping to find missing persons including adoption reuniting, locating an ex-boyfriend or girlfriend or other persons you may have lost touch with.

Skiptracing is one of the techniques that Scott uses to locate a person’s whereabouts.

Sometimes the skills of serving a party requires that you think outside the box, this is where Scott’s skills and experience over the last 15 years have allowed him to find the best techniques.

Sometimes if a recipient is aware they are being served and does not wish to receive the documents it can sometimes turn into a cat and mouse game.

Scott offers an array of search techniques combined with the latest skip tracing techniques and tools in finding these people.

Important Factors in Locating Someone

  1. Identity information such as full name is imperative in a case, this allows the investigator to perform a skip trace to find out the latest information on a subject.
  2. Details such as the target’s physical appearance, daily habits, vehicle, job or any known details can help to locate the person.
  3. A Social Security number helps an investigator to perform a skip trace to find the latest information on a subject to find out their whereabouts.
  4. Past addresses that they may live or has been seen allows the investigator to get familiar with neighbors in the area that maybe linked to the subject to question to find out further information that may be useful.
  5. Relative’s names, close friends or family, past boyfriends or girlfriends also allow an investigator to further question and take statements to discover information to locate s subject.
  6. Occupation information reveals employment information for an investigator to perform surveillance from to possible find out where a subject may live. This also allows the investigator to question past employers to find out further information help locate the person.
  7. Criminal history, conviction or arrest can sometimes reveals a person’s whereabouts as far as addresses they were served or arrested at.
  8. Civil History including divorce information on a petition sometimes reveals a person information, also in a final custody decree and places where a person was served reveals a person’s whereabouts.
  9. Court House Research- Person current liens, property, civil and criminal records sometimes reveals a person’s address and their whereabouts
  10. DMV Records- A persons driving current driving citations, vehicle plate and driving license info sometimes reveals a person’s current address information.
  11. An Asset Research- What a person’s owns sometimes reveals the address of where a person may be currently residing.
  12. Utility searches such as phone, cable, electric, gas,etc.. Help reveal subjects address information.