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.
If someone is involved in a legal case, they must be notified of this. It’s a constitutional right. Many people choose to hire process servers to help them deliver these important documents efficiently and quickly. But if someone suspects that they are going to be sued or served divorce papers, they may try to avoid it. They may think that if they do not accept papers, they cannot be officially served, and the court case cannot proceed. Professional process servers have tools and tactics that can help them to find even the most evasive subject.
Sometimes just being persistent is the best tactic. It may be beneficial for a process server to visit the subject’s home on multiple occasions. They may even leave a note explaining that they will return, but if no one answers that they will have to try and make contact at their place of work. Oftentimes, this will nudge evasive persons to answer their door in order to avoid public embarrassment at their place of work.
A stakeout is a very useful tactic for process servers. A process server may observe a subject outside their home or place of employment. They can thus gather information regarding the individual’s comings and goings and can construct a plan for the best way to approach the person. They may even determine that serving the subject in a public area may be the most successful route, as opposed to knocking on their door. When involved in a stakeout, it is important that process servers follow all local laws in order to avoid trespassing.
When a person is expecting to be served court documents, they are generally wary of strangers. This may make them reluctant to answer their door to people they do not recognize. In cases like these, some process servers may make themselves out to resemble delivery personnel. Perhaps carrying a pizza or flowers. This can be a successful tactic, but some process servers do frown upon the practice. Though technically legal, some may argue that the practice is deceitful and unethical.
There are still plenty of other methods that process servers use in order to successfully serve evasive subjects, but we cannot give away all our secrets here! But one thing you can trust is that the educated team at Colorado Attorney Services can help serve any court documents you have, even if the subject you’re trying to contact is being slippery. Contact us today to inquire more about our services.
By Colorado Attorney Services 9-8-2021