ROC PAPER SERVICE
NATIONWIDE SERVICE OF LEGAL PROCESS
Attorneys & Paralegals often work with a local Process Server on behalf of their clients to ensure timely Service of Legal Process, and receive independent Proof of Service as well as a Notarized Affidavit of Service.
Members of the National Assoiation of Professional Process Servers (NAPPS) depend on us as their local Process Server in Rochester, NY to complete local Service of Legal Process and other related tasks on their behalf.
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For individuals who are required by the Court(s) to ensure that the opposing party has been served with papers, ROC Paper Service provides the professional support that Law Firms & Property Managers rely on.
June 1st, 2020 Update
As of June 1st, 2020, we are implementing new policies to keep everyone safe. Until further notice, we will not accommodate walk-in traffic. If you need to drop off a document, please visit our "The UPS Store" at 620 Park Avenue 103 , Rochester NY 14607 or provide documents by courier, postal, or email.
Service of Process is available in all 50 states. Rates may vary.
When there's no time to lose, a local Process Server will move quickly to guarantee their first attempt be made within 24 hours of receipt, and paperwork submitted within 24 hours of completion.
Also referred to as "Individual Service," the respondent must be served personally. A Process Server MUST ask if they're in the military & provide a description of the respondent on the Affidavit of Service.
Often referred to as "Substituted Service" a respondent may be served via third party; anyone who is of age or authorized to accept on behalf of the respondent, including government or corporate, representatives.
Property Managers rely on rents to support their businesses. A professional Process Server will ensure that 14 Day Notice(s) and Notice(s) of Petition are served and filed correctly.
When a property goes into foreclosure it must be auctioned to the highest bidder. A Process Server will "post (a Notice of Sale) in three (3) public places" and attend Foreclosure Auction(s), take copious notes, & bid as instructed.
A local Process Server will pick up your documents and deliver or file them, and scan & return a stamped copy of the first page to you at no additional cost, as well as request old case files & provide copies for you when ready.
Beyond the initial attempt to verify an address, searching for a respondent may include various online directories & social media platforms, checking with old neighbors, family, friends, colleagues, and use of other investigative methods & resources.
What To Expect
Generally speaking, we believe that sales training is far more practical than tactical. The number one most important skill to develop as a Professional Process Server is the ability to politely ask direct questions in order to determine the identity of the person they're speaking with, and their relationship to the respondent (if not the respondent). Service of Process happens very quickly, and the ability to retain notes regarding the physical description of a respondent may include age, race, gender, height, weight, hair color (and length), eye color, whether or not they wore glasses, or other distinguishing features & characteristics is critical for accurate reporting.