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Myth: Process Service is Dramatic and Packed with Drama

Myth: Process Service is Dramatic and Packed with Drama

Myth: Process Service is Dramatic and Packed with Drama More television and movie based misinformation!  The Process Server running down alleys and jumping over fences, dodging bullets from the person being served!  Yes, it makes for dramatic television!  No, it...

Myth 1 – Process Server Must Deliver Your Subpoena to Your Hands

Myth 1 – Process Server Must Deliver Your Subpoena to Your Hands

Process Server Myth 1 - A process server must deliver your subpoena to your hands. Most of us have seen the stereotypical process server in movies, handing papers to some unsuspecting actor and declaring “You’ve been served!” The reality can be quite different.  The...

Fast Process Service – 360 Legal

Fast Process Service – 360 Legal

At 360 Legal, our goal is to become a trusted Process Server partner for our clients. We understand that the Process Server services we provide represent your firm. [video width="1920" height="1080"...

360 Legal Process Service Interviews: When Someone Evades Being Served

360 Legal Process Service Interviews: When Someone Evades Being Served

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VifFulO8yI&feature=youtu.be Jeff Folkersen: Hi, everyone. Thank you for joining us for another episode of Small Business Briefing. Today, we've got the pleasure of working with Joe Osborne. Joe is the vice president of operations...

Has Process Service Become Archaic?

Has Process Service Become Archaic?

It is hard to believe that the venerable Fax machine has been with us 1964, (Xerox (LDX) or Long-Distance Xerography).  Many of us that have been in business for a few decades probably remember office discussions, at times heated discussions, on whether or not to get...

Happy Martin Luther King Day

Happy Martin Luther King Day

In some not too distant tomorrow the radiant stars of love and brotherhood will shine over our great nation with all their scintillating beauty.

Writ of Replevin –3rd in a Series

Writ of Replevin –3rd in a Series

Writ of Replevin: The Replevin Process This replevin process can be broken down into two stages:   The replevy, are the steps the owners take to secure the physical ownership of the property, by providing security for prosecuting the action and for the return of...

Writ of Replevin – 2nd in a Series

Writ of Replevin – 2nd in a Series

Writ of Replevin Use Replevin actions are quite common and can be categorized into two different types of actions. One type of action is when the party who is filling the proceeding is willing to wait for adjudication of final rights by the court. The other occurs...

Writ of Replevin – 1st in a Series

Writ of Replevin – 1st in a Series

Writ of Replevin A Mini Series by 360Legal Process Servers Replevin, commonly referred to as a claim or delivery, is a concept that few people outside the legal field are familiar with.  Primarily, Replevin is a legal remedy, which permits a person to recover personal...

Serving a Writ Of Garnishment – Final Installment

Serving a Writ Of Garnishment – Final Installment

Attachments Another kind of Writ garnishment is called an attachment (or attachment of earnings), which requires the garnishee to deliver all the accused's money or assets the person has at the time of service of process to the court, which is to be paid over a...

Serving a Writ of Garnishment – Part 1

Serving a Writ of Garnishment – Part 1

Writs of Garnishment/Wage Garnishment Garnishment is a legal procedure that a plaintiff in a lawsuit uses for collecting a monetary judgment from a person who owes them money. Garnishment allows the plaintiff/garnishor to take the cash or property of the debtor from...

Lis Pendens Process Service – Part-3 in Series

Lis Pendens Process Service – Part-3 in Series

In United States law, a “lis pendens” is a written notice that a lawsuit has been filed concerning real estate, involving either the title to the property or a claimed ownership interest in it. The notice is usually filed in the county land records office. Recording a...

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