Rapid Recovery, in Rapid City, SD, provides legal support services that extend beyond the service of process. Being a member of ServeNow establishes us as trained and experienced process serving professionals. We are also associated with the South Dakota Sheriff's Association that helps us achieve our law enforcement goals.
A notarized affidavit of service is provided for every service performed by us. Take a look at our full line of services.
Our process serving is carried out by experienced process servers who have extensive knowledge of the law. We offer effective, fast and dependable service that you deserve.
We perform in-depth researches at courts and agencies. Our research specialists provide you with accurate and thorough searches in a timely manner. We retrieve the documents and deliver them to you at your door.
With Rapid Recovery, Inc., you’ll never miss your court deadline. We offer timely preparation, review and filing of your documents complete with confirmations and status updates.
When you need convenient and reliable notary services, turn to Rapid Recovery, Inc. We will handle your important document with the utmost care and ensure that they are legally binding.
We have answered some frequently asked questions about service of process.
According to United States legal procedure, all parties must be notified if they are facing legal action against them in a court of law. Notification (called service of process) is accomplished through delivery of documents describing the legal action, and those documents include subpoenas, complaints, summonses, writs and order to show cause.
A process server is responsible for delivering legal documents to the parties involved in court proceedings. Some states require process servers to be licensed or registered, and all process servers must adhere to all state regulations governing legal service of process.
Process servers typically locate the individual named on the document, travel to that person to deliver the documents, verify the person's identity before handing over the papers, and then provide their client with a signed proof of service. This proof of service - also called the affidavit of service - details the time, date and location of the service of process, and the subject's name. It is the document you can present in court to verify that successful service of process occurred.
Service of process must be carried out by a professional who understands the state laws, is well-versed on best practices and is licensed if required in that state. Any failure to follow legal procedures can result in legal issues for other parties in the court case, which is why you should leave service of process to a professional. An experienced and knowledgeable process server will do everything by the book and make it easy to demonstrate that you fairly notified the other parties of impending legal action.
Feel free to call us for more information. We will do everything we can to help you.