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Process servers serve individuals or parties involved in a lawsuit or legal case with the relevant paperwork, such as subpoenas or summons.
Process service is an integral part of our judicial system and due process by ensuring that parties are aware of any legal actions that concern them or their business.
After finding a list of process servers on ServeNow, ask for quotes and service options to see who best meets your needs. Fully list your expectations to see if your potential server is competent to handle all aspects of your case. After finalizing a payment agreement, ask how to best send your papers to the company for service.
Prices vary server to server, state to state, and case to case. Many individuals, lawyers, and businesses see process serving costs range from $20 to $100+.
Describe your needs, timeline, expectations, and other requirements to get an accurate price quote from any server on ServeNow.
For the best service of process, lawyers, firms, businesses, and private individuals should hire a process server rather than a sheriff.
Process servers are professionals solely dedicated to successfully serving individuals. Process servers' success rate, speed, and costs are all better than sheriff's.
If the papers are addressed to your or your company, you should review the paperwork to gather information about the case and how you are involved. The paperwork direct actions on your part, such as a summons, which mandates your appearance in court, or a subpoena , which mandates you provide physical evidence to the court.
It is important that you properly respond and act to the request, otherwise you could be held in contempt of court.
If you have any outstanding legal questions regarding the case, hire a lawyer.
ServeNow is a directory of pre-screened professional process servers. Process servers often provide additional legal support services alongside service of process. Ask a ServeNow server if they offer any of the below services that you may need for your legal court case.