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By: Julie C.
Montoya & Associates
Two attempts were made in a 13 day period. I called after 2 weeks to let them know I found the work place of person I needed to have served. They did serve papers within 30 min. Or at least that was what I was told. A week goes by, Affidavit of Service hadn't been sent. Called again. Was told they'd mail it that day. Another week and a half has gone by...nothing. As a result of not receiving it, the hearing was dismissed because we couldn't prove party had been served. Now I have to start the whole process over; filling out the motion for a new hearing and making all those copies again, as well as look for a new server and pay another fee. I agree with Kendrick D. ...they stole my money too! F***ing BS!!!
By: Kendrick D.
Montoya & Associates
If you want your money stolen and no service to show for it then I recommend you use this "firm." They will stop communicating with you as soon as you pay for service, never serve your lawsuit, then disappear. In all my years of law practice I have never been burned by such an unprofessional organization.
Tips & Advices
Skip tracing is tracking an individual who is missing, has defaulted on a debt, or is a fugitive from justice.
Process servers can cross state lines to serve papers, but there are exceptions and limitations. In cases of criminal activity in which the defendant is out of the state the complaint was filed in, most times it is legal to serve them. However, in some cases where a witness is being served outside of the state the complaint was filed in, the plaintiff may need to file charges in the witness’ state in order to allow service. The laws can be tricky in these situations so it’s recommended you consult council to know your rights and limitations and the state laws when attempting service across state lines.
While rules can vary by location, a general rule is that papers must be served between  6 a.m.-10 p.m, and they cannot be served on Saturday or Sunday if the defendant observes either as a holy day. Serving papers on these days, if the defendant is religiously observant on either day, can actually be a misdemeanor. There are variations and exceptions to these rules, such as the case being a criminal proceeding or the server is granted an exemption due to extenuating circumstances.
While some states do require a process server to be licensed, not all do. However, some states do require that process servers be registered in their state or county, or appointed to serve in specific counties.
Benefits of hiring a process serve include speed of service, servers knowledge of relevant laws, their ability to serve federal papers (sheriffs and deputies are usually only allowed to serve state and local federal papers), and cost. For instance, private servers might be cheaper than a sheriff. Private servers might also be able to accommodate special requests, like high-risk service or traveling to serve the papers.

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