Why is processing serving important? Legal papers must be delivered correctly, or it can affect the outcomes in court. If the defense establishes that papers were not delivered properly, the will argue they did receive complete information for the lawsuit.
This is part of Due Process of Law. Any cases that involved the courts typically require notification of the fact under US law. This is typically done process servers who find the named parties and hand deliver court documents to them so that they are properly notified.
Every state has different regulations concerning service. Some require personal service, others allow for a range delivery options. ServedUSA will make sure the service you request is compliant with state and regional laws and regulations.
An Affidavit of Service and a Proof of Service are the same thing - a signed document that your process server gives you once your documents have been effectively served. An Affidavit of Service shows you who was served and when and where the service took place. An Affidavit of Service is an important piece of evidence to prove to the court that your documents have been correctly served. If an Affidavit of Service cannot be provided, you may need an Affidavit of Due Diligence from your process server. This document will assert that the person to be served cannot be found, even though attempts have been made to locate the person.