“I busted a mir…

“I busted a mirror and got seven years bad luck. But my lawyer thinks he can get me five…”
-Steven Wright

Whatever your case is, you are going to need to get some papers served. Though its not common for us to serve papers to subpoena records from a mirror… we can certainly try! Whether your mirror is in Colorado, Nevada, Florida, or anywhere else in the USA, we can get your papers served. Visit our website at http://www.frlps.com for a free quote!

Florida! You Can’t Resist It!

The state of Florida has some of the most strict process serving laws in the USA. Most are aware that to be a process server in the State of Florida, you must be appointed by a sheriff. In more simpler terms, you must be legally authorized to serve papers.

But what is more surprising are some of the laws regarding the person being served. Did you know that resisting service in a violent manner from a legally authorized server is a 3rd degree felony? That means that you could spend up to 5 years in a correctional facility! To go along with that, resisting service in a non-violent manner is still considered a misdemeanor.

Do we as citizens have the right to resist service? Or do you think that the law is designed to protect licensed process servers? We would love to hear your thoughts on this subject!

Flooding in Colorado

Many are aware of the recent week of flooding all over Colorado. Many roads have been destroyed and that makes it tough on businesses. The process serving business has been affected by these floods due to the fact that we must commute around the state to serve papers. Luckily, our dedicated process servers have come up with some creative ideas to still serve papers. One idea we had was to have a fleet of kayaks search for the addresses that needed to be served.

We would love to hear some of your wacky, creative, and smart ideas! Comment them below or follow us on Twitter @frlps!

Licensing for Process Servers in Colorado

In the great state of Colorado, process servers do not need to be licensed to do business. While this has plenty of benefits, it also has some drawbacks. This of course brings up the question: should process servers be licensed in the state of Colorado?

The advantages that process servers get from not having to be licensed is simple enough: Anyone of the age of 18 and not involved in a specific case can be a process server. They are able to make a good living off of serving papers (though not as glorified as portrayed in Pineapple Express).

The disadvantages, however, outweigh the benefits. If anyone can serve a paper, it cuts back incentive for people to hire a company to serve papers for them, making the Process Serving Company business difficult. Having licensed process servers means that you would have servers who are experienced and excellent at their job. There are so many legal issues with serving papers that taking just anyone off the street might be grounds to lose a court case.

Having licensed process servers means an increase in business for serving companies, and will benefit the consumers. There would be less cases being screwed up due to legal issues with serving, and your papers would be served in a timely, efficient, and legal manner.

Front Range Legal Process Service

FRLPS offers numerous locations around the USA to become your one stop shop for all process serving needs. We can serve your papers nationwide as well as some international locations. The services we offer range from process serving to document retrieval and skip traces to surveillance. Our expert process servers work diligently to provide you with quick, efficient, and excellent service that will exceed your expectations.

Check us out at http://www.frlps.com or follow us on Twitter to receive a 10% discount on your first service. We look forward to hearing from you!