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What is Service of Process?
Who May Serve?
What is The Method of Service?
Who May Serve a Subpoena?
Does a process server have to be licensed in Texas?
What is an Affidavit of Service?
Do I Really Need to Hire a Process Server?
Will My Papers be Filed with the Court by the Process Server?
What if the Person Being Served Refuses to Accept the Papers?
What if the Person Being Served Cannot be Found?
How Can I Get Documents to the Process Server?
What is involved in a Legal process server job?
A process server must serve or deliver court documents to the individual listed on the documents beingdelivered. In order to do so, process servers may have to make multiple attempts or travel from a person's home to their place of work.

A process server must also be careful not to break any
regulations or laws governing service of process. Once the court documents have been delivered, the process server must get a Proof or Service (also known as an Affidavit of Service) notarized. This proof or affidavit must then be given to the person or organization that requested the court documents be delivered.
What is involved in a Legal process server job?
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