When the process server declares that they have correctly served process on another party, this Affidavit of Service can be used. The serving process implies delivering particular documents to the target party. At the beginning of the new court action, these agreements are considered as court documents.
A well-done Affidavit of Service consists of:
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
A process server who finished serving documents on the individual that was their target can use this document. A process server must be unrelated to any of the parties and disinterested in action, and that means that they do not have a stake in what will happen within the litigation.
The document is quite straightforward and easy to fill as it only contains the necessary information required to create this Affidavit of Service.
A completed document should be notarized - the process server should sign it before a Notary Public, and then the document should be sent, either by personal delivery or mail.
State-specific procedural laws will treat the affidavits of Service. However, there is generally one form that contains the required information for each of the states, and this document meets those requirements.