Three Signs of a Trustworthy Process Server
When you hire a private process server to serve papers in your case, you want to know that you are hiring someone who is trustworthy. Untrustworthy process servers engage in gutter serves and other practices that are illegal, against regulations, and can harm your case. Here are three signs that you are working with a trustworthy process server that will serve your papers quickly and accurately.
Any private process server who claims they have served 100 percent of papers given to them is probably not being trustworthy. There are a number of reasons that a process server might not be able to serve papers. Sometimes people just cannot be found, or they have left the state or country, making service nearly impossible. A high success rate is good, but a perfect success rate is probably being padded.
Experience and Knowledge
Your process server should have some experience with serving different types of papers and have the knowledge of rules and regulations relating to process service. They should also be able to serve papers in a number of difficult situations and have experience finding people who do not want to be found. Experience counts for a lot when it comes to process service.
Integrity and Communication
A trustworthy process server is going to always be on the up and up. They will have excellent communication skills and keep you informed through every step of the process. They will also make sure that you know of any problems that arise as soon as they come up, and they will work with you to try to get your papers served, no matter how long it takes.
If you are looking for a trustworthy and capable process server, contact us today for more information or to get started.