ROC PAPER SERVICE
SERVICE OF PROCESS
We Serve Rochester and all New York!
Attorneys & Paralegals in Rochester and throughout all New York expect Rochester Process Servers to ensure professional & timely Service of Process, and proof of Service via a signed & notarized affidavit.
For individuals representing themselves, we provide the same premier level of support our professional clients depend on throughout all New York. We Serve Rochester!
What We Do
When there's no time to lose, a Rochester Process Server is ready to Serve Rochester within 24 hours of receipt of your documents, and provide a signed & notarized Affidavit of Service upon completion.
We Serve Rochester and all New York including Monroe County as well as surrounding counties within +/- sixty (60) miles. Service of Process is available in all 50 states. Rates may vary.
When a respondent must be served personally, a Process Server must ascertain whether the respondent is in the military and provide a description of the respondent on their Affidavit of Service.
Often referred to as "Substitute Service" a respondent can be served via third party; anyone who is of age or authorized to accept on behalf of the respondent, including government or corporate representatives.
When a property goes into foreclosure in Rochester and throughout all New York, a Process Server must first post a Notice of Sale in three (3) public places, then attend the Foreclosure Auction and bid as instructed on behalf of the lender.
Attorneys & Law Firms often utilize a Rochester Process Server to retrieve documents, deliver or file them, scan & return copies, request old case files & provide copies, and other related tasks that Process Servers are uniquely qualified to execute.
Attempts to verify a respondent's contact information include a search of governmet databases, online directories & social media platforms, past neighbors, family, friends, colleagues, and other investigative methods & resources.
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Generally speaking, sales training can be far more practical than tactical training. The number one most important skill to develop as a Professional Process Server is the ability to quickly build rapport and politely ask direct questions in order to determine the identity of the person they're speaking with (and their relationship to, if not, the respondent). Service of Process happens very quickly, and the ability to remember information regarding the physical description of a respondent (which may include age, race, gender, height, weight, hair color, length, and style, eye color, whether or not they wore glasses, or other distinguishing features & characteristics) and keep good notes is critical for accurate reporting.
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