Hiring a process server who is local to South Dakota ensures that your legal papers will be served in compliance with South Dakota state laws. At ServeNow, all of our process servers are prescreened and verified to serve process so you can be confident your legal documents are in the right hands.
Our ServeNow process servers have the necessary skills and training to meet the needs of your case, no matter the size. Regardless of the nature of your case, you will want to make sure you hire a reliable and trusted process server who understands the state-specific rules in South Dakota.
South Dakota Rules and Regulations
South Dakota does not require process servers to be licensed with the state, but that doesn’t mean that you should go in blindly when hiring a process server. Hiring a South Dakota process server is an important step in getting your papers served because they understand the unique rules of civil procedure.
Your legal documents being upheld in a court of law is relying on your process server being successful. Make sure your papers get served the right way by using ServeNow’s network.
Our Process Service Advantage
Integrity and confidentiality should be of the utmost importance to your process server. The legal system relies heavily on service of process so ServeNow aims to provide a network of pre-screened and verified process servers to make your first step easy. The rules vary from state to state, use ServeNow’s network to find a local process server to ensure they understand these guidelines.
Use ServeNow’s dedicated network of pre-screened process servers in your community to ensure that your legal documents will be in the right hands.
Process Service Technology
Technology is changing day by day, so it is important that your process server knows how this will affect their business. Hiring a process server who uses modern technology could mean a more successful case. Software like ServeManager makes communication easy for the server and the client by using GPS technology to notify clients of serve attempts and successful serves. Ask your process server if they’ve tried ServeManager to provide a better experience for all.