Can a process server leave papers at your door in Arizona?
The Sheriff, Constable or Process Server must tell the other person that these are legal papers, then leave the papers near the person (at their feet is fine), or by leaving the papers at the Defendant’s dwelling with a person of suitable age and discretion who lives there.
How late can a process server come to your home in Arizona?
Service of Process in Arizona can be carried out 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Some states regulate certain times of day, i.e. not after 10pm or not on a Sunday, but in Arizona process service is non stop!
How many times does a process server try?
Generally, process servers make at least three attempts to serve somebody. These attempts are normally made at different times of day and on different days to maximize our chance of serving the papers.
Can you be served by certified mail?
In the majority of states, you can serve papers by sending them to the defendant via certified mail with a return receipt requested. In some states, service by certified (or registered) mail is one among several ways you may serve papers. Normally, the court clerk does the mailing for you and charges a small fee.
How do you avoid getting served papers?
Keep in mind that you can be served at your place of employment. When sub-service is allowed, they can either serve the front desk person or someone in charge of the location. Be aware that if service by posting on door is allowed, you cannot avoid being served.