A Sworn Declaration of Service of Process

Your local Process Server will include a notarized affidavit upon completion.

What is an Affidavit of Service?

A Process Server's job isn't complete until a signed & notarized affidavit has been mailed.

An Affidavit of Service is a supporting legal document which a Process Server uses to attest to: delivery of specific legal documents; to an individual or entity; at a unique location; on a designated date and time; in a particular manor; as described therein, and required by law.

Attention to detail becomes very important knowing that the Judge will carefully read every notarized document submitted. As members of the National Association of Professional Process Servers (NAPPS) and the New York State Professional Process Server's Association (NYSPPSA), you can trust ROC Paper Service to adhere to the highest of ethical standards.

The Affidavit is also sometimes referred to as Proof of Service, which we define separately to highlight the use of GPS, Date, and Time stamped photos as well as a detailed accounting of each attempt, including the respondent's demeanor, responses, and behavoir.

Eviction Notices often require USPS First Class and Certified Mail. The green tag with the tracking number and red date stamp will be stapled to the affidavit as required, at no additional charge.

Once an Affidavit of Service has been filled out properly, it must then be signed in front of a Notary Public. By doing so, a Process Server provides sworn testimony to the court regarding the details of how service was (or wasn't) executed.

Notary Public in Rochester, NY

Looking for a Notary Public?

Visit the Bausch & Lomb Public Library's main information desk! Ask for a Notary Public and a one (1) hour parking pass for either the Court Street or South Avenue garages. You'll also find business class document scanners, laser printers, desktop computers, wi-fi, helpful Librarians, and much more!