Northwest Ohio Process Serving Services
RSS (Remote Support Services) provides Northwest Ohio with fast and reliable process serving of summonses, complaints, subpoenas, writs, and other court document.
Sheriff services have historically been most common, but a knowledgeable process server will provide you with many advantages including speed of service, success rate and knowledge of the process server laws. Our knowledge of process serving laws, multiple methods of service, speed of service, success rate and dedication to delivery make us the best in the area.
- Transfer your process papers to RSS Monitoring
- Confirm service addresses before first attempt
- Begin attempts within the time frame you requested
- Update client on the status of your process as attempts are made
- Research addresses and locate process service recipient if moved
- Keep client informed about any service exceptions or unusual events
- Prepare affidavit for substitute service if required
- Update client when subject is served
- Fill out the Return of Service and Notarize
- File the Return of Service with the originating court clerk if requested
- Expedite the Return of Service documents back to client
Common Legal Documents We Serve:
- Summons and Complaints
- Summons and Petitions
- Unlawful Detainers
- Notice to Pay Rent or Quit
- Trial and Depo Subpoenas
- Plaintiff’s Claim and Order
What is Service of Process?
United States legal procedure requires that each party in a case should be notified if actions are taken against them in a court of law. Process serving is an important aspect of the Due Process of Law.
People are notified of actions against them or court procedures involving them through the delivery of legal documents such as summons, complaints, subpoenas, order to show cause, and writs.
One type of service is called “substituted service”. This legal process of service is when the documents are left with an adult resident of the named party at the target’s home, or with a management level employee at their place of business. There are also circumstances when posting in a prominent place (followed up by a certified mail copy) is an accepted method of service.
A legal process server delivers (serves) these documents to the defendant or individual listed on the legal document being served. Once the documents are delivered, an Affidavit of Service, also called a Proof of Service, is notarized and given to the party who requested the service.