A process server is required to serve all judicial process in the manner
prescribed by law. We have provided Information Guides and Process Server
Instructions forms for most types of process service and enforcement actions
to better inform you of our policies and procedures. However, please be aware
that only an attorney is allowed to give legal advice, not the Process Server.
Process Servers are required by law to charge fees for most civil process
actions. You must pay a fee deposit, in advance, from which the Process
Server will deduct fees. Fee deposits range from $46.20 for a wage
garnishment to $3500 or more to levy on a business. The fee and fee deposit
are listed in the Information Guides for each type of process service and
enforcement action and are non-refundable. In addition to the Process Server
levy fee, other costs may include charges for moving and storage, towing,
recording, publishing in a newspaper, and keepers. Any unused portion of the
fee deposit is refunded. Process Server fees are added to your judgment and
increases the amount the debtor must pay to fully satisfy the case. Process
Server Service fees are non-refundable if the service is cancelled before the
service can become completed or if a no service not found is issued.
Signed instructions directing the Process Server to serve process or
perform an enforcement action are required. The instructions must be signed
by your attorney or by you, if you don't have an attorney. A Process Server
Instructions form accompanies the Information Guide for each type of process
or enforcement action.
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