Process Serve

Service of Process is a key legal support function for victims of domestic violence who are taking legal action against their abusers. This service ensures that all necessary legal documents, such as restraining orders, protection orders, or summonses, are properly delivered to the person in question.

Process servers contracted with DVAP Riverside County are well-versed in the laws and rules regarding the serving of papers. They ensure that the delivery of these crucial documents are carried out correctly and legally, which is vital to prevent any delays or complications in the court proceedings.

This also provides an extra layer of safety for the victims. Since it can be dangerous for a victim to deliver such documents to their abuser, having a professional process server do it not only ensures safety but also adds an official tone to the proceedings, underscoring the seriousness of the situation.

This is part of DVAP Riverside County’s broader mission to support victims of domestic violence through advocacy, education, and the provision of no cost essential services.

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