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  • What is a Process Server?
    Process serving is the act of delivering legal documents to the individuals or entities involved in a legal case. The role of a process server is to ensure that these documents are delivered in a timely and effective manner, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the court. When choosing a process server, there are several factors to consider: Experience: A process server with years of experience in the field will have a better understanding of the legal process and be more equipped to handle any challenges that may arise. Professionalism: A professional process server will conduct themselves in a respectful and courteous manner when delivering documents, which can help to prevent any unnecessary conflict. Timeliness: It is important that a process server is able to deliver documents in a timely manner, as any delays could have negative consequences for the legal case. Communication: A good process server will keep their client informed throughout the process, providing regular updates on the status of the delivery. Overall, it is important to choose a process server who is reliable, professional, and experienced in the field. By doing so, you can ensure that your legal documents are delivered in a timely and effective manner, helping to facilitate a smooth legal process.
  • Why choose a Process Server instead of the Sheriff?
    There are several reasons why you might consider choosing a private process server over the sheriff's department to serve your legal documents: Speed: Private process servers often have a faster turnaround time than the sheriff's department. The sheriff's department typically has a backlog of cases to process, which can lead to delays in the delivery of your legal documents. Availability: The sheriff's department may have limited availability, particularly in rural areas or during certain times of the day. Private process servers are often available to serve legal documents at any time of day, including weekends and holidays. Expertise: Private process servers are typically highly experienced in serving legal documents and understand the legal process inside and out. They are knowledgeable about the rules and regulations surrounding service of process and can ensure that your documents are served correctly. Communication: Private process servers often provide more frequent and detailed communication with clients throughout the process, keeping them informed of the status of their case and any issues that may arise. Flexibility: Private process servers are often more flexible in terms of the types of documents they can serve and the locations they can serve them in. They can serve documents at a variety of locations, including businesses, private residences, and even hospitals. Ultimately, the decision of whether to use a private process server or the sheriff's department will depend on your specific needs and circumstances. However, if you value speed, availability, expertise, communication, and flexibility, a private process server may be a better choice for you.
  • Will Daybreak provide an affidavit of service?
    Yes, when service is completed Daybreak will provide an affidavit of service within 3-5 business days.
  • How do I know when my documents have been attempted or served?
    At Daybreak, we take great pride in being extremely thorough and will keep you updated every single step of the way from when we receive documents, to when it is served, including each attempt, what happens at each attempt and even when we will shoot for our next attempt. Please keep in mind speed of service does depend on what service you pay for; if you need documents served immediately, please choose “Priority Service” at checkout so we can be sent an urgent notification.
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