Common Apostille Mistakes & How to Avoid Them

When it comes to validating documents for international use, obtaining an apostille is crucial. An apostille is a special certificate issued by the competent authority in a country, confirming the authenticity of a document. However, the process of obtaining an apostille can be intricate, and errors in the process can…

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How To Serve Process Electronically

These days, most aspects of life include some online interaction or influence. This includes the vital duty of process serving. Digital process serving (also known as electronic service, or eService) can be used as a last resort to reach particularly elusive defendants or witnesses. This is how we serve process electronically….

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Navigating Legal Waters: Serving Process to a Bank Effectively

When serving process to a bank, a unique set of considerations arises in each case due to the institution’s size, structure, and adherence to regulations. There are several considerations and steps for effectively serving legal documents to a bank. Following correct procedures can be a large factor in determining the…

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Top Reasons to Choose Torri’s Legal Services for Your Apostille Needs

When it comes to handling important legal documents, especially those that require international recognition, having a reliable and experienced service provider is crucial. Apostille services play a vital role in ensuring the authenticity of documents when used abroad. Among the many options available, Torri’s Legal Services stands out as a…

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How Does AI Affect Client Confidentiality?

When you hear “artificial intelligence (AI),” you might picture advanced robots destroying civilization. While this makes for interesting movies, it is far from reality.  In our digital age, advanced tools such as AI can be extremely helpful in streamlining time-consuming processes. Just like humans, AI bots have access to the…

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3 Useful Emerging Technologies for Process Servers

The legal profession—process serving included—has made great strides over the last couple of decades in integrating new technology into the law. From computers to GPS tracking, service by social media to sophisticated databases, our work has become quicker and more complex. However, that doesn’t mean that process serving is going…

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Apostille vs. Notary: What’s the Difference?

In the legal world there is a lot of jargon to keep straight. You may have heard the words “notary” and “apostille” in the same context and wondered if they are one and the same. The answer is no. While both actions serve to certify and verify documents, they have…

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What Are Letters Rogatory? When Are They Used?

There are a lot of important documents required in the legal process. One you should know about is called letters rogatory, also sometimes referred to as letters of request or letters of attorney. Read on to learn more about letters rogatory, where they’re accepted, and when they’re needed. What Are…

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Can a Registered Agent Still Be Served if an Entity Terminates?

The rules for serving an individual are fairly straightforward, even though they vary from state to state and are based on specific situations. For example, if an individual is deceased, obviously a process server can no longer deliver papers to the decedent. However, with a corporation or other legal entity,…

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