What is involved in a legal process server job?
A process server delivers court documents to the individual listed on the documents being delivered. Process servers may have to make multiple attempts or travel from a person's home to their place of work. When the court documents have been delivered, the process server must get a Proof or Service (also known as an Affidavit of Service) notarized. This proof must then be given to the person or organization that requested the court documents be delivered.
A process server makes sure that the legal papers he received are given to those named in the action or lawsuit. Those documents notify you about the start of a lawsuit or it might be a document that seeks your appearance in court, also known as a subpoena.