Miller Legal Support Service offers our clients an efficient and reliable Service of Process in all areas. Miller Legal Support Service excels at delivering peace of mind that your document will be served quickly and efficiently. Our team utilizes specialized databases to locate information not available to the public or most other process service entities. Our unique approach to your case greatly increases your chances of a successful service.
While there are several companies that provide Process Service. Miller Legal Support Service has gained a reputation for being able to effectively and efficiently locate and serve individuals and businesses. When needed, our professionals will conduct a modified skip trace of the subject or subjects to obtain the most up to date information available in locating them for service.
If you or your firm are in need of process service, we will work with you to efficiently manage the serving of your documents. Our experienced team of professionals take pride in what they do and have the experience you need in difficult or hard to serve situations. In the event that Service of Process is needed out of State, Miller Legal Support Service is connected to a national network of Licensed Investigative Professionals that will be able to assist any needs you may have.
FREE BASIC SKIP TRACE If you provide an address and pay for FLAT RATE service, we'll include a basic skip trace at no additional charge if it turns out to be invalid.
AUTOMATIC EMAIL UPDATES AND SCANNED RETURNS An email is dispatched immediately upon receipt and successful service. A scanned copy of your affidavit service return is emailed prior to returning original.
WARNING: When comparing our rates to other servers, watch out for hidden fees. Be sure to get their TOTAL fee including their additional attempt fees, mileage charges, witness fees and other add-on fees. To avoid fly by night companies, make sure to ask about their past experience and how log they have been in business.
We have digital photograph capabilities and accept email and faxed documents. Out-of-town clients: You are responsible for communicating all local laws, rules, regulations and procedures your jurisdiction requires to complete service properly.