Process Serving: How Central Point Investigations Can Help

In the United States legal system, all parties that are facing legal action must be notified of their pending lawsuit. That said, you can’t just send them an email alerting them of their involvement in a case — you’re going to have to make sure that they receive notice in person. In doing so, there is no way for any party to deny that they were unaware of their legal situation.

At Central Point Investigations, we offer professional process serving services — allowing you to be sure that the other party has rightfully, and legally been served the legal documents. Next time that you need documents served, be sure to trust the professionals at Central Point Investigations. 

What Is Process Serving? 

A service of process, or a process service, is a legal procedure in the United States that declares all parties must be properly and professionally notified when they are facing legal action against them in court. Process serving can be used to deliver a wide variety of court documents including summons, complaints, subpoenas, writs, and other important legal documents. Once these legal documents have been drawn up, it is time to get a process server involved.

At Central Point Investigations, our professional team of process servers are incredibly experienced and have the ability to serve a wide variety of court documents in all 50 states. If you have a legal document that must be delivered professionally — as required by the courts — then we urge you to contact us today to speak with a member of our team

What Do Process Servers Do? 

In Short, a process server simply delivers court documents to a person who has become involved in a court matter. In reality, process serving can be much more complex.

The duty of a process server is to deliver documents in accordance with the legislation in the area of service — meaning that the process server must be aware of local laws and agreements involved with serving court documents. Once the process server has delivered the documents in accordance with local legislation, they must deliver an Affidavit of Service — a notarized document that is given to the party who has requested the process serving service in the first place. 

Does a Process Server Need To Be Licensed?

While not all states require a process server to be licensed, most states do. In fact, Alaska, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Montana, Nevada, and Oklahoma are the only states that don’t require a process server to be licensed. That said, legal issues and court involvement can oftentimes cross state lines — meaning that more often than not, you’ll need a process servicer that can legally operate in all 50 states. 

For Process Serving, Contact Central Point Investigations

At Central Point Investigations, we offer professional process serving services in all 50 states. Our team of servers is knowledgeable, professional, and efficient — meaning that when you give them your court documents to be served, you can rest easy knowing that it will be done quickly and correctly. Contact us today to learn more about our process serving services.