Sending or handing over papers to someone is a simple task. Doing this in a legally binding context, however, with legally sensitive documents is another matter entirely. Complications can arise quickly, and often times even reaching the recipient can prove difficult. In this article we will illustrate how and why a private investigator can be the most efficient person for serving someone.
Hiring a private investigator to serve someone papers will save valuable time and money for you and your case. Going straight to one to serve papers is one of the best approaches for this task. It is very often the case that attempting to rely on more cost effective personnel for the job results in a complication of the process and often failure. This is among the first reasons hiring a PI for the job is advantageous. It ends up being the most cost effective and timely solution.
Below we deliniate a number of reasons a private investigator is the best option for this task.
Private Investigators Have Ample Experience With Serving
Serving papers is a complicated task, and for someone without experience, it can be daunting. It is the norm for private investigators to have the training, experience and knowledge to carry out this process effectively. They understand how to carry out the serving process legally too, which is crucial.
Finding someone can be one of the first obstacles in the serving process. Some people don’t want to be found, and can purposefully make themselves difficult to serve. PIs are very good at tracking people down. Below are a few more examples illustrating the advantages of hiring a PI for the serving process:
- Private investigators have access to effective surveillance techniques and equipment for tracking people that are difficult to locate.
- PIs can also make use of skip tracing to track someone down. This is usually used in cases where an individual may have left their local area or country.
- They are also aware of the fact that it is important to include proof the documents have been served. There are cases in which an individual may claim they have not received the documentation. Proof of receipt does not allow for this.
- Above all, PIs can ensure that the papers are served in accordance with the law. Not doing so can be detrimental to the case down the line, and even lead to said documents being disposed of.
Trusting in the Experience
Serving papers may seem like a simple task to hand to just anyone, however, when not done properly by the right people it can have very serious and detrimental consequences. It is recommendable to always go straight through a private investigator for this particular job. Unfortunately, it is often the case that clients come to PIs later in the process, once the delivery has already failed. This can result in a waste of time and resources of an attorney and their client. Not to mention, it complicates the work for when a private investigator picks up the mantle.
Fortunately, it is easy to circumvent these issues. Hiring a private investigator to serve papers from the beginning of the process is the solution, and the best option. If you find yourself in need of a licensed private investigator and their particular set of skills, please feel free to call us. Or simply click on this link to get in contact with one of our team members.