All Texas Process Servers provides Service of Process throughout the United States and all Territories as well as Certified International Process Serving in over 164 countries using the Hague & Intern-American Convention.
The Texas Rules of Civil Procedure have been amended to allow Service by.
Upon motion supported by a statement–sworn to before a notary or made under penalty of perjury–listing any location where the defendant can probably be found and stating specifically the facts showing that service has been attempted under (a)(1) or (a)(2) at the location named in the statement but has not been successful, the court may authorize service:
(1) by leaving a copy of the citation and of the petition with anyone older than sixteen at the location specified in the statement; or
(2) in any other manner, including electronically by social media, email, or other technology, that the statement or other evidence shows will be reasonably effective to give the defendant notice of the suit.
This means that once we verify the address, we have for the defendant is correct we can and will be successful in the delivery of your court-issued documents regardless of whether the defendant avoids service or not.