Posts Tagged ‘torri’s legal services’

Skip tracing – What is it?

Skip tracing is, quite simply, tracking down people. Whether a person has changed his or her name, moved to a different state, or just doesn’t answer any letters or phone calls, skip tracing services can help track down these hard-to-find individuals. Large amounts of information about an individual is gathered,…

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Torri's Webinar on Creating Bulletproof Affidavits

Torri and her team had the privileged opportunity to create a presentation for our colleagues and friends at Serve Now. We discussed affidavits, how to write them, how to get them notarized, and what the legal process is when from start to finish.  Our customers rely on us to produce…

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IRS Whistleblower Office celebrates 10th anniversary

The IRS Whistleblower Office is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. The office was created under the Tax Relief and Health Care Act of 2006 to oversee the IRS Whistleblower Program. The Whistleblower Program assists the IRS with ensuring enforcement of IRS regulations and taxpayer compliance. What is a Whistleblower?…

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Torri’s Legal Services Has Joined the National Capital Area Paralegal Association

Torri’s Legal Services is pleased to announce that we have joined NCAPA, the National Capital Area Paralegal Association. We’ve found that this is a great way to connect with our clients and the legal community in the Washington, D.C. area, and are excited to continue to provide excellent services to…

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Social media: The new venue for service of process?

When you get that next Facebook or Twitter notification, could you have a summons waiting for you? In recent years, courts have increasingly allowed service of process via social media, but with certain restrictions. More than a decade ago, process service over the internet came to the forefront when service…

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International Process of Service to SCOTUS

Earlier this year, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the Hague Convention authorizes service of process by mail. What is the Hague Convention? The Hague Service Convention is a multinational treaty adopted at The Hague, The Netherlands, on November 15, 1965. The agreement allows for the service of process…

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Vote for Torri's Legal Services as DC’s Top Process Server

The 2016 BEST OF LEGAL TIMES is open for voting! Torri’s Legal Services has been a finalist for the Best Process Server award in Washington, D.C. the past few years and we’re tremendously honored by this. We strive to provide every customer with exceptional service, and hope to take home…

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Serving Papers Safely

While the dangers of serving papers are nothing new to process servers, we’ve found that sometimes our clients don’t realize the risks and legal hassles that can result from sending an untrained process server into an emotionally charged situation. There are a few steps both clients and process servers can…

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Is Your Witness or Defendant Incarcerated?

Serving legal documents to an individual in prison has its challenges. There are several factors that dictate the process, including whether the witness or defendant is in federal or state prison, the level of security and custody level, and the process of the prison housing the individual. Federal Prisons There…

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Updates to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Just before the new year a handful of changes were made to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, many of which directly affect process servers. Amendments were made to Rule 4, 16, and 26, changing the maximum days for service to be completed and removing some restrictions on serving discovery…

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