Process Server UK
Providing Court document Process Service throughout the UK
A Process Server is an individual whose role it is to deliver a court order and/or legal documents discreetly and efficiently.
With a large network of process serving agents across the UK, we are always able to assist clients with urgent same day matters with a local agent available in London or anywhere in the UK. We are a reputable, fast-growing and dynamic firm of Legal Agents capable of providing a wide range of legal services. Whether you need a UK Process Server for Land and Property, Debt, Family, or other matters, our Process Servers can provide reliable results and tailor a solution to meet your needs. We have been in business for over 15 years and have been trusted by thousands of clients.
Let us take the stress out of your process serving requirements and use a company that guarantees professional results.
Our Process Servers adhere to strict guidelines for serving court documents throughout the UK and Nationwide
Once the respondent has been successfully served we will then prepare the necessary statements of service and/or affidavits in a court-admissible format, taking care to comply with all applicable laws and rules of service.
A team of experienced and reliable Court Process Servers
Serving papers or documents is not always easy, with our team holding a successful track record in finding and serving recipients who are evasive and/or unwilling to participate in the exchange. Whether you’re looking for a quick signature or sending difficult orders, the role of our process servers is to make sure that your document lands in the hands of its recipient without being tampered with - giving you the assurance of a safe and confidential delivery at a set and affordable price. We believe that when it’s absolutely critical to have your documents personally served, it's important to get it done right the first time.
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For every instruction, we guarantee that you will receive a competitive and reasonable quote. There are no hidden fees in our rates, and many clients around the UK rely on us to serve their documents fast and effectively.
For frequent continuing and volume work, we can provide discounted and unique prices; please contact us for more information. We will meet and surpass your expectations for every document we serve on your behalf since we are flexible, professional and dependable.
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How do I instruct a Court Process Server?
Working with an Intime Investigations process server means you will benefit from the services of a reputable agency, highly skilled in finding even the most evasive and elusive people and conducting all investigations with discretion. Intime Investigations ensure a professional service to every one of our clients, providing frequent and detailed updates in line with your outlined requirements.
Upon instruction we will collect the documents from your office or residential address, or you can email them to us (including large files). There may be a nominal charge for printing.
Our approach can be firm when required but because we know how delicate and different every situation can be, our UK process servers have extensive experience and are trained to understand, help and empathise when required. That’s why our success rate is so high, we will serve your papers when you need them served (normally within 24hrs of instruction)
One of our process servers will then attend the address as laid out in the brief to collect the document from you directly. If you need to arrange alternate handover of the document, this can be arranged directly by getting in contact with our agents.
Upon successful serving of your document to the intended recipient, your process server will return a sworn statement of service or an affidavit to you as proof.
Our process server will make 3 attempts to serve your papers. We will update you throughout the process throughout the process so you know what’s going on and subsequently ensure a successful outcome.We may be required to attend the respondents address out of hours, which is included in the cost. We are able serve court documents over the weekend and are happy to liaise with clients throughout the process.
If required we may be required to carry out discreet enquiries with neighbours to confirm residency this also included in our fixed fee court document process service.
If we are unable to meet with the Respondent and personally serve the documents, we will make every effort to confirm that the Respondent continues to reside at the address with anyone we meet at the property or nearby properties.
If this confirmation cannot be obtained and we are unable to meet with the Respondent, you will need to proceed with a process known as substitute service, which we can provide you with a Statement to facilitate.
All information obtained will be reported, documented and communicated, and when the process has been completed, you’ll receive the relevant proof of service that’ll be concise and also court compliant.
We would be happy to discuss your process serving requirements so give us a call on 0207 060 2907.
Why choose Intime Investigations as your Court Process server?
We are proud to deliver an excellent service across the UK and beyond with competitive prices and a personalised experience for every client. Our rapid response service has been well received by clients across all industries for years, with our team continuing to deliver a discreet and effective service no matter what your individual needs or situation.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are ready to instruct us or if you have any questions concerning the process of serving divorce papers.
We have been serving court documents for over 15 years and understand how stressful and unpleasant this process can be.
To speak to our team of court process servers about delivery of a document or legal package, get in touch with us or fill in an online enquiry form.