What Does a Process Server Do?
Here at Whitesell Investigative Services, our private investigators work with people involved in all types of court cases, including divorce, alimony reduction, and child custody. In addition to these things, we also work as a South Carolina process server. You’ve probably heard the term but may not know what it meas. Today we’d like to tell you a little bit about what we do in this part of our business.
A process server is a person who delivers court notifications to someone who is facing action taken by a court of law. Common forms of court notifications include divorce papers, landlord/tenant notices, summons, complaints, subpoenas, order to show causes, and writs. Having these papers served is necessary according to United States legal procedures in order to comply with the due process of law. A process server may also work on behalf of a corporate client, such as an insurance company.
Private investigators often take on the position of process servers. Since they already have knowledge of local and federal laws and regulations, private investigators are a perfect fit for this role. The rules process servers must follow vary state by state.
At Whitesell Investigative Services, our trusted private investigators are here to provide you with your process serving needs. We have extensive knowledge of the state regulations in South Carolina and North Carolina. We offer a quick turnaround time plus affordability. Let us show you why it’s worthwhile to use a professional process service for your concerns.
Whitesell Investigative Services is a professional private investigation service in Rock Hill, SC. Contact us for all types of investigations, including infidelity, divorce, child custody, background checks, or if you need a process server.
Whitesell Investigative Services
842 N Cherry Rd
Rock Hill, SC 29730