If the service is accepted, proof of service is filed in the case in the form of an endorsement by a sheriff’s deputy or affidavit of a private process server. The subject also has the right, however, to waive service; by doing so they do not necessarily waive the right of objection to the venue or the jurisdiction of the court over them. In this case, the process server should file proof of the waiver. In lieu of accepting service of a summons, a person can simply appear in open court, either personally or through legal representation, or file a responsive pleading (typically through their attorney). An appearance or a filing has the same effect as a summons duly served.
Process servers like Direct Access Legal Services (DALS) in Mesa, Arizona is one of the largest legal support service providers in the State of Arizona that can professionally take care of all duties. We also serve Glendale, Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Maricopa, Metropolitan Phoenix Area. You can call 480.464.8484 for any questions or details.