Generally, in any Superior Court case, small claim suit or eviction, nothing can happen until the other party is served correctly. That's where I come in. Process Servers are a neutral party who ensure legal documents are served correctly, and timely.
How it works:
For those who have never had to get someone served, here is the basic process:
If you need to have documents served, they can be sent via fax, email, or regular mail. The method you choose is entirely up to you, but keep in mind that sometimes originals must be served, and sometimes copies are just fine (such as a small claim or summons and complaint).
Once I receive your documents, will attempt to serve them at the address given until either they are served, or it is determined to be a bad address.
Once they are served, a declaration of service is prepared, and is sent to you along with the invoice. Both of these will be important to have when you go to court, as the declaration will show that you had the other party served correctly, and the invoice will show how much it cost you. If it is a small claim case, those costs may be recoverable, depending on the outcome of your case.