Notice to Non-attorneys Regarding Use of Private Process Servers
Non-attorney persons representing themselves (pro se) need to make sure that the court allows for the use of a private process server. In some jurisdictions, courts require that a party request permission from the court before using a private process server.
If there is any doubt, the person should contact the court where the case is being heard and inquire about the use of private process servers or seek the advice of an attorney licensed to practice law in that jurisdiction.
Notice to Non-attorneys Regarding Payment of Services
Non-attorney persons must send a check in the amount of the service charge along with the documents that are to be served. The check will be deposited in an Aaron M. Rader LLC business checking account upon receipt. This additional requirement will not delay the first attempt on service.