Process Service Upon An Attorney


When serving at an attorney’s office, the process server must first establish if this is the defendant’s place of business or if the attorney represents the defendant.  If the attorney is designated counsel for the defendant, the server must obtain a signed Notice of Appearance (NOA) and/or Admission of Service (AOS) depending on what is required by the Client.  If an attorney signed the required documents they do not have to be notarized, however if not signed by an attorney, the signature must be notarized in the most cases

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