On March 17, 2015 an Article was published titled, “Sheriffs Can Ignore Private Process Servers, Judge Rules,” and it was determined that the article was both informative and accurate, but not without concern. Said concern was expressed by attorneys that the article may suggest that the Private Process Servers in Georgia may no longer by able and authorized to duly serve process. Naturally, this is a valid concern since service of process and perfection of the same whether it be by the Sheriff, a Private Process Server, or a Certified Process Server is the door that opens a case for litigation, and without proper service a case may be delayed for days, weeks, months, and in some rare cases years, or it may be dismissed and not pursued at all. It is, therefore, imperative in litigation that the process of service is perfected properly in order for the case to proceed.
Continue reading When choosing a Process Server for your Next Litigation Case Proceed with Caution and Choose Wisely: Don’t Fall Into the Trap of the Inperfection of Service of Process