Process Serving

Process Serving is an important task. Many legal matters are reliant on documents being served in the correct manner and on the correct individual or entity for a case to proceed.
 
The rules governing personal service in this Country are contained in Part 6 Civil Procedure Rules 1998.  Guidance to the service of International Process is governed by Hague Service Convention.
 
As professional private investigators we understand the responsibility of complying with the law, the rules and the regulations when undertaking your instructions. We have been in the business of Process Serving for over 20 years and we work to a strict code of conduct. We have assisted clients worldwide from local firms of Solicitors to large multi-national law firms from a single one off service to the simultaneous service on a number of individuals and companies worldwide.
 
We undertake process serving on all levels from local domestic matters to large multiple synchronised services. As an example we served an individual with a Non-Molestation Order in the Horsham District in the same period we assisted a City Law Firm to locate and then serve a number of individuals with’ Freezing Orders’ at various locations in England, Europe and the Far East.

Process Serving Feed Back

In the legal market you rarely meet people like Mike, a thoroughly hard working, personable and efficient contact Mike is my first port of call for legal process serving as he is always on hand, on time and hassle free. Mike combines expertise with a quality and friendly service and he gets things done. He also has a strong family orientated business which in our days is rare and refreshing.
 
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You have provided us with a great professional yet personable service. I would highly recommend Michael and his team who always go the extra mile for their clients!

Support available for our Process Servers

Process Serving is an important part of what we offer and sometimes the specialist skills of a Private Investigator might be needed in support. It maybe that tracing or background enquiries or even surveillance is required to support our Process Server. These resources are all available and in house.