A legal process
server delivers (or serves) legal documents such as writs, summons,
subpoenas, complaints and other court documents to a defendant,
individual, or company involved in a court case, The process server must serve the
documents in compliance with legislation in the area of service. This
may mean handing the documents to the defendant personally or
sub-serving to someone in the same household or business. Once the
documents are delivered, the process-serving agent must provide proof
that the papers were served. This is done through a document called an
Affidavit of Service, also called Proof of Service, which must be
notarized and given to the party who requested service.
Supreme Forces offers "RUSH" Process Service within our area of
coverage. Rates may vary according to distance, and or rush scenario.
Statewide North Carolina Process Service
Statewide South Carolina Process Service
Connecticut Process Service- Counties Served: Hartford, Linchfield, and New Haven counties.
Michigan Process Service- Counties served: Kent, Ottawa counties.
Tennessee Process Service- Counties Served: Shelby, and Tipton counties
National Association for Professional Process Servers (NAPPS)
North Carolina Association of Professional Process Servers (NCAPPS)
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