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What is Service of Process?
Who May Serve?
What is The Method of Service?
Who May Serve a Subpoena?
Does a process server have to be licensed in Texas?
What is an Affidavit of Service?
Do I Really Need to Hire a Process Server?
Will My Papers be Filed with the Court by the Process Server?
What if the Person Being Served Refuses to Accept the Papers?
What if the Person Being Served Cannot be Found?
How Can I Get Documents to the Process Server?
What is involved in a Legal process server job?
"Service" or "Service of Process" is making sure the other side gets a copy of the papers you are filing (for example, a complaint). If you are starting a
case, your case cannot go forward until the other side is served. Someone who is capable of serving must physically give a copy of all necessary
forms to the person whom you filed a complaint against in court.

It is very important that you do this correctly. If you do not, then the court may dismiss your case. If you have an uncontested case and the other
side is willing, there is a special rule to make service easier.
What is Service of Process?