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Certified Process Server - Fifth Judicial Circuit State of Florida

What is a Process Server?

 

According to the due process of the law, each person has a right to be notified if legal action is taken against them and also has a right to know if court actions are taken in their case.

 

To ensure that everyone is adequately informed of court actions, the law stipulates that legal documents pertaining to these actions must be delivered in a prescribed manner. The person who delivers the documents is called a process server. While in most states anyone over the age of 18 who is not part of the case can act as a process server, a professional process service makes much sense, especially in cases where someone does not wish to be served with legal documents.

Certified Process Server - Hernando, Sumter, Lake, Citrus and Marion Counties

 

Midstate Security and Investigations has a trained Certified Process Server on staff capable of lawfully serving Process anywhere in the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, which includes Marion, Hernando, Citrus, Sumter and Lake counties.  ID No. 10417-9

Why is process serving so complicated?

 

In some cases, people simply do not wish to be served legal documents. They may want to avoid a court case or divorce case and may simply leave town or refuse to accept the documents. When this happens, it is important to have a professional private investigator or process server do the process serving for you. Such a professional can:

  • Use surveillance techniques to find the person, if necessary.

  • Use skip tracing to find them if they have left town or left the country. Private investigators can even draw a large network of private investigators in other areas of the country and around the world in order to find someone in order to serve him or her with papers.

  • Show solid evidence that the documents were served. If the person who is served claims that he or she did not receive legal documents, a qualified process serving professional will be able to show an affidavit of service or proof of service that can prove that the person has accepted the documents or that the documents were served in accordance with the law.

Call Midstate Security and Investigations, LLC today for a free, no-obligation assessment of your needs.