How is Process Service on Special Entities Completed?

Texas has specific rules for serving legal documents to businesses, government entities, and other organizations. For example, when serving a corporation, the process server must deliver the documents to the registered agent for the corporation or another authorized representative. When serving a government entity, the process server must follow the specific rules outlined in the [...]

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Is an Affidavit of Service Required?

After the service has been completed, the process server must provide an affidavit of service, also known as a proof of service or return of service. This document contains essential information such as the date, time, and location of the service, as well as the method used and a description of the person served. The [...]

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What is Due Diligence?

Texas process servers are required to make diligent attempts to serve the legal documents. This typically involves multiple attempts to serve the documents at different times and days, with reasonable intervals between each attempt. If the process server cannot complete the service of process after several attempts, they may request the court's permission to use [...]

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What are the Timeframes for Process Service?

Texas process service must be completed within specific timeframes depending on the type of legal document for service of process.  These rules are established by the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure. We only use process servers who are familiar with local, state and national laws.  This ensures your papers are served quickly and legally within [...]

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What are the Methods of Service?

In Texas, legal documents can be served in various ways, including personal service (delivering the documents directly to the individual), substituted service (serving the documents to a suitable person at the recipient's residence or place of business), or through certified mail. The specific method of service depends on the type of legal document and the [...]

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