Process Serving Info

Our Arkansas process servers are often asked questions about process service. Perhaps you have had some of these same questions yourself:

What is process service?

Service of process involves serving legal documents to individuals in a court case or legal action. This is an important part of the US legal process, as it ensures that everyone in a court case is duly informed of the legal action and has a chance to respond.

I have been hearing a lot about invalid process service – what is that?

There is a great deal involved in Arkansas service of process. Arkansas process servers must follow all civil rules and all laws related to service of process, for example. Breaking any laws can make the service of process invalid, which can affect or delay the court case. As well, the media has been filled with information about situations where there is an affidavit of service on which the signature is suspect. This can also make the service of process invalid. At Myers Process Service, we do everything possible to ensure that your service of process experience is hassle-free. We work only with professional process servers who have been certified through Arkansas courts. All our Arkansas process servers have also taken educational classes, so that they know all the legal issues concerning service of process. We work hard to ensure that your process of service is accurate and by the book.

What happens if I submit a service of process request to you?

At Myers Attorney’s Services, we take a personal interest in every assignment. We will go over your needs and the specifics of your request. We will then quickly submit your assignment to our professional Arkansas process servers. Our process servers will attempt service and will keep our office aware of all attempts. You can check the status of your request by using our online software or by calling our office. Once your documents are successfully delivered, our process servers will submit an affidavit of service, which you can use to prove that the documents were served.

If you have more questions about service of process in Arkansas, contact Myers Attorney’s Services today to speak to our experienced and friendly team.