A private process server is someone who has been hired by an attorney or a private individual to hand-deliver legal papers to defendants, witnesses, and plaintiffs.
It is important for process servers to serve their papers in a manner that is consistent with the law and professional practices. Otherwise, the subject might contest the service resulting in court delays and additional costs to the client.
Here are three ways to avoid contested service:
1. Explain the nature of the service
The process server should brie...