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Life Experience Serving Papers in LA

This is an interesting story about delivering bad news to people via-process service. Once I served papers at a support group for drug addicts in Pasadena. I wanted to serve the woman in question outside. But it was raining—everyone had coats and hoods on—and I couldn’t identify her. So I walked in and sat there, […]

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Promoting Assault Awareness and Protective Regulations for Servers

Promoting Assault Awareness and Protective Regulations for Servers, PAARPS, initiative has created a petition to raise public awareness and promote the further protection for process servers.  The petition already has over 1,000 signatures. “An assault on anyone should be a felony! A process server who is serving court papers is representing a court of law,” writes Keith […]

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