Serving Divorce Papers

Divorces happen every day, and many people represent themselves. Carefully following the process will ensure that everything about the case is legal. This includes serving the divorce papers.

When a divorce is first filed, a Complaint for Divorce is required to be submitted to the court. Then, a Summons is issued, along with a copy of the Complaint, to the other party.

The other party then has a certain period of time past being served the Summons and Complaint to respond to the Complaint and fully initiate the case.

In order for a Summons to be considered legal and enforceable, it must be properly served according to the laws of the state in which the case was initiated. These laws differ from state to state. That’s why it’s important to seek experienced, knowledgeable help in properly serving these papers. This will ensure that your case doesn’t get tossed out of court.

How Torri’s Legal Services Helps in Serving Divorce Papers

At Torri’s Legal Services, we have years of experience professionally serving legal papers in a variety of states and countries. 

Our team of professional process servers maintains the highest ethical standards and stays on top of changes in the law, making sure that we’re always following the law when we serve your papers.

Entrusting your divorce papers to our team means that you’ll get prompt service. Have peace of mind knowing the court will accept your case.

And, if we are unable to immediately locate the person being served the divorce papers, we can perform a skip trace to find a current address and contact information.

Serving papers across state lines and across national borders is complicated; we have years of experience doing just that. This means you don’t have to spend hours combing through statutes and finding someone who can serve your papers. We handle all of that for you!

Call Torri’s Legal Service for Your Divorce Papers

At Torri’s Legal Services, we love helping make our clients’ lives easier. Call today to see how we can make your divorce cases less frustrating!

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