A process server came to the door while we were not home and asked my son a bunch of questions (such as who he was, who lived there, how old he was, etc.) which he (disappointingly) answered. The process server said something to the affect of, "Oh, you're old enough." ... and handed him the papers which were for my husband.
Is this proper service? I have a feeling the PS was desperate as I noticed the papers say that they had to be served by today (talk about last minute). There were not any other papers other than the court documents, like the process service info, etc. Is the process server likely to state he served them properly?