Colorado Attorney Services has their focus on providing each client with superior quality services. We value each client relationship by making sure that we meet their needs and expectations. Serving subpoenas and process serving is most of the work we do. The owner, James D. Roland, has ensured that his team of professionals are trained and continually updated about the laws casing what makes a serve legally valid. The team that James Roland must put together to form Colorado Attorney Services is all about providing you with exceptional service. Here is how we do it.
Unless you work in a field where you collaborate with process servers often, the vast majority of people have very limited knowledge about who process servers are and what they do. If you want to know more about the world of process serving, here are a couple things that process servers wish you knew.
Because process servers work closely with lawyers and within the court system, many people wrongly assume that their work only consists of delivering legal documents. And while serving subpoenas, summons, and divorce papers is a big part of the work they do, it is not all they do!
What separates a professional serve from one done by a non-professional is the skillset process servers cultivate. Before a serve can happen, process servers need to be well versed in legal proceedings and standards. Research skills are also needed. Many times, process servers need to expertly use databases and common sense to track down hard to reach individuals.
Process servers must keep up with the times, and that means that they utilize a lot of technology to perform their jobs. As we mentioned previously, research is a big part of the job, so process servers take advantage of search engines, social media, address databases and much more to locate people. It also means that ordering work from a process server is easier for you. For example, at Colorado Attorney Services, you can request our services simply online. You can even order bulk orders with ease!
Every state is different when it comes to laws and regulations regarding process serving, but one thing is certain across the board; process servers are not tricksters. A process server will never impersonate law enforcement to complete a serve. They will never step onto private property. And they will never violate the privacy of a person by looking at their mail, even if doing so would provide valuable information about the current resident of a property. Process servers will always be honest about who they are.
By Colorado Attorney Services 4-27-2022