Process Serving

Service of process or process serving is required under the Due Process of Law of the US Constitution. If any actions are taken against a person in a court of law, he or she must be notified under US law. Process service fills this requirement. A process server’s job is to find this person and hand deliver court documents to them so that they are aware of the proceedings involving them. Depending on the court case one is involved in, a process server may deliver subpoenas, summons, complaints, order to show cause, or writs.
Each state has its own process serving laws and rules that govern civil procedure. Idaho’s process serving law is found under Idaho Rules of Civil Procedure-Rule 5.

Process servers must follow these laws and rules in order to legally deliver court documents. In most cases, a process server must deliver documents to someone by hand. “Substituted service” is legal and permits that the court documents to be left with management personnel at someone’s place of business or are left with an adult resident of someone’s home.

Resolve Investigations LLC can assist law firms, collection/credit agencies, title companies, and the general public with fast and reliable service of process in the North Idaho area. Process servers have several functions that include, but are not limited to, serving legal documents and filing court papers. Our investigators are professional and experienced, adhering to local and state laws. We serve a wide array of legal documents to include:

  • Court summons and complaints
  • Small claims court cases
  • Order to show cause
  • Child support
  • Child custody
  • Motions
  • Family court documents
  • Landlord/tenant notices
  • Discover documents
  • Substituted Service
  • Divorce papers
  • Subpoenas

At Resolve Investigation LLC, we use “skip tracing” tools and techniques to locate individuals that may be difficult to find because they have re-located or they are avoiding service. “Skip tracing” is a term referred to as locating someone and their whereabouts. They may be purposely avoiding being located because they do not want to appear in court or pay a debt. At Resolve Investigations LLC, our ‘Skip tracing” tools help us to locate addresses and phone numbers of relatives, friends, employers, and associates of the person to be served. Our experience as investigators gives us more of an edge in locating people that do not want to be found.