Process service is the delivery of copies of legal documents such as summons, complaint, subpoena, or court order to show cause (order to appear in court and argue against a proposed claim or charge), writs, notice to quit the premises and certain other documents. The legal documents or subpoenas are usually by personal delivery to the defendant or other person to whom the documents are directed.
If you are interested in pursuing a career as a process server, or simply want to offer the service to your clients, the following books provide helpful information on Process Serving and Process Servers. The books cover such topics as:
- What is a Process Server and what is Process Service?
- The legal process for serving court papers
- Various methods for successfully delivering subpoenas
- How to pursue a career as a process server and where to look for employment
- How to find process service training courses and exam materials
Process Service Books
- Private Investigation and Process Serving: A Comprehensive Guide Investigators, Process Servers and Attorneys (Paperback)
- The Practical Guide to Process Serving
- Head Process Server & Court Aide (Career Examination Book ; C-349) - Career exam book on process serving. Get certified to become a process server.
For more information see Process Service and Process Servers.
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