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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?
Rule 176.5 Service

Manner of Service. A subpoena may be served at any place within the State of Texas by any sheriff or constable of the State of Texas, or any person who is not a party and is 18 years of age or older. A subpoena must be served by delivering a copy to the witness and tendering to that person any fees required by law. If the witness is a party and is represented by an attorney of record in the proceeding, the subpoena may be served on the
witnessís attorney of record.Proof of Service. Proof of service must be made by filing either:

  1. the witness's signed written memorandum attached to the subpoena showing that the witness accepted the subpoena;
or
2.a statement by the person who made the service stating the date, time, and manner of service, and the name of the person served.
Who May Serve a Subpoena?
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