Serving Restraining Orders

As a Process Server you will be serving restraining orders in your civil process server packs to people going through a divorce and for others as well.

The big question is how should you handle this given the dangers and, more accurately, the fact that since it usually works out peacefully when you serve the papers, how “on guard” should you be?

99% of the time serving court papers with a restraining order will go smoothly for you. But you should still be on guard and don’t take your safety for granted.

This week’s process server training video explains this in more detail.

In the meantime, this is Larry Kaye reminding you to do the right thing, even if it’s the hard thing.

Committed to your success and safety,
Larry Kaye, P.I.

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In the meantime, this is Larry Kaye reminding you to do the right thing, even if it’s the hard thing.

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