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The process servers at Liddy Legal Support Services place their chosen profession of process serving in high regard. We believe we owe it to our clients to perform and communicate in a professional manner. Communication with our clients is as important as the actual service of process. Our service manages are dedicated to properly managing your serves and advising you of the status of any service entrusted to us. We know the importance of serving your documents properly. Experience also plays an important role in our success. Our servers have decades of experience as Process Servers in Arizona. At Liddy Legal Support Services, we value your trust and the responsibility you have given us.

For questions or issues regarding

Service of Process please contact:

 

Phoenix Office

Call 602.297.0676 or toll free at 888.297.0676
LiddyLegal@LiddyLegal.com

 

Tucson Office

520.628.2824

Tucson@LiddyLegal.com

Flagstaff Office

928.225.7737

Carl@LiddyLegal.com

SERVICE OF PROCESS FAQs

How long after service is received is the first attempt made?

- Routine service is attempted within 48 hours of receiving your documents. RUSH service is attempted within the first 24 hours after we receive your documents.

Can service of process be done on a Reservation?

- Reservations in Arizona generally do -not- allow for the service of process even by those Certified by the State of Arizona. A Reservation may have an appointed Tribal process server permitted to serve on that Reservation only. Liddy Legal can assist you in these matters.

What happens when a person is avoiding service?

- You have a choice of requesting a stakeout of the subject's home or business, or both. The alternative is to petition the court for an "Order for Alternative Service" which could include posting your documents on the subject's door and/or mailing the documents to the subject's last known address.

There was a movie where the process server disguised himself as a doctor to serve someone in a hospital; do your process servers disguise themselves in order to serve process?

- No. In Arizona, Process Servers are Certified (licensed and registered) by the Arizona State Supreme Court and are required to perform their duties using good character. If a Process Server misrepresents him or herself in order to serve process, that service could be thrown out and the process server could have their Certification suspended or even revoked. Also, Liddy Legal Support Services does not permit our process servers to place themselves into potentially fraudulent or harmful situations.

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