Archive for the ‘Process Servers’ Category


Serving Subpoenas in Florida

If you’ve entered a legal proceeding for any reason in Florida, one tricky step can be filing subpoenas for records to people who possess important documents or other vital information that is absolutely needed to defeat the opposition in your court case. When it comes to proceedings like this, many people can suddenly bec...

How Do You Serve Divorce Papers Out of State?

Going through a divorce can be a long, arduous, and often stressful experience.  Aside from the emotional turmoil of ending a relationship, the process, the filing of the divorce papers, the hiring of attorneys, and more can often be an incredibly confusing and worrisome venture. If you’ve decided to divorce, the first th...

Serving Time Sharing Papers in Hillsborough County

Service of process is a tradition in the legal field. The U.S. Constitution requires that people be given “reasonable notice” prior to a lawsuit. To this day, giving someone service of process means physically handing that person a legal document summoning him or her to court. Registered process servers buy bouncy ca...

What Does A Process Server Do?

As laws vary from state to state, so too, do legal documents and proceedings. For example, legal requirements and process of service in Florida may be different from California. What does a process server do? Process serving, or service of process, involves obtaining services of a third party who serves legal documents from one ...

Do I Need A Process Server?

There are several situations when you might have reason to ask, “Do I need a process server?” Before you can answer that question, you should understand when this activity, also called service of process, is required. Every time someone files a lawsuit in Florida, each individual or company involved must be served wi...

What is Process Serving?

Process serving is the serving of legal documents on a person, most prominently notices of suit. Modern service of process is, despite modern times, deliberately archaic in that all legal documents must be served upon a person in printed, physical form, by registered process servers. While some people may scoff at such practices...

Serving Time Sharing Papers in Miami-Dade County

When a court case is pending, it is important that the parties involved be located to serve time sharing papers in Miami. Whenever parents are involved in a child custody case, it is sometimes quite difficult to make decisions in such an atmosphere full of emotional feelings. Serving the proper papers in the midst of […]...

Serving Time Sharing Papers in Florida

Although child custody or child support cases are often emotionally charged and difficult, serving court documents does not have to be difficult with the right process servers. ADI Florida Process will serve time sharing papers and other papers for all types of cases in Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Hillsborough County and ...

Subpoenas for Medical Records in Pinellas County

For those who are wondering how to subpoena medical records, you should know that the process is very formal. If you are involved in a civil proceeding in Florida and you need to serve subpoenas for medical records in Pinellas County, then you have to go through a very particular process in order to get […]...

Subpoenas for Medical Records in Miami-Dade County

If you are involved in a lawsuit involving injury, you may need to get the medical records of the other party. In many cases, you will have to get these records subpoenaed, which is a legal order from the courts requiring a party to bring forth evidence. ADI Florida Process deals regularly in subpoenas for […]...