Serving sensitive legal documents is no easy matter. If you need to serve a summons, divorce papers, a subpoena, a complaint, a child support order or any other kind of legal document, you may be wondering whether to use a process server or a sheriff. Today we’ll address just a few of the unique benefits associated with working with a process server instead of a sheriff:
Serving documents is a process server’s job.
Sheriffs have a variety of important duties, and may not be able to dedicate much time to serving papers when they have more pressing matters at hand. Process servers, on the other hand, spend every day in the field conducting serve attempts.
Process servers work faster.
Process servers get the job done more quickly about 90% of the time. Since they don’t get paid until the job is done, it’s in their best interest to serve papers as soon as possible.
You’ll get better customer service.
Process servers know that you have the option of going elsewhere if you’re not satisfied with their service. Sheriffs, on the other hand, don’t have to compete in the marketplace and consequently, don’t rely on customer satisfaction to keep their jobs.
Process servers know the law inside and out.
Because process servers focus on serving papers, they’re familiar with the ins and outs of all the laws governing the process in your state. Sheriffs, who have a broader range of job duties, may be somewhat less familiar with such laws.
Looking for a reliable process server or private investigator in the Oklahoma City area? The talented team at RKJ Investigations would be happy to help. Just give us a call or contact us online to get started today!