When a person finds himself in the possession of property, like money or land, which does not belong to him, an interpleader procedure might occur that determines to whom the property legally belongs. The plaintiff who is in possession of the property is then able to waive legal responsibility and allow the courts to determine the true recipients. Interpleaders often occur to resolve insurance contract disputes.
Since this is a special area of law, be sure to get the right counsel in the Dayton, Palm Coast or Titusville area. Remind your attorney to use our local Accurate Serve process serving options so that all papers involved in an interpleader case are delivered promptly and correctly.