Process Servers Are Really the Good Guys

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There’s a nasty stereotype that persists about people hiding from process servers.

Imagine some poor soul huddled in their bedroom closet while the process server pounds on their front door—or the process server showing up in disguise at the most inopportune moment, delivering the bad news with gusto and flair upon our unsuspecting victim.

This is bogus.

Process servers are the good guys, and here’s why:

We live in a great country where every individual has rights, including the right to be informed of someone pursuing legal action against them.

And it’s the process server who guarantees our right to due process under the law—our right to show up and defend our interests in court.

Without process servers, the whole system falls apart.

That, my friends, is why process servers are the good guys.

So don’t shoot the messenger.

Thank them.

About the Author: Richard Young started a successful process server business from his home office and has blogged about the industry since 2012. His latest book, Process Server 101: How to Become a Process Server, is available now on Amazon.