What Documents do we serve?

Fixed Fee Document Process Serving

Our team of professional and experienced Court Process Servers are able to serve documents throughout the UK. If you need a Court-compliant Process Server anywhere in the the UK, our legal process servers are here to help. The cost for service of court documents will be on a fixed fee basis.

If you need legal assistance in serving court documents, we will handle the entire process until complete. Don’t waste time using other options that can result in a lengthy process or disappointing results, you can count on us to serve your respondent in a timely and professional manner.

We offer a comprehensive nationwide process serving facility. Whether you are a Solicitor, Company, Local Authority, Government Agency or Private Individual, we make the delivery of your legal documents a simple and cost-effective exercise.

Types of documents we are able to serve include (but not limited to):

Writs, summons or claim forms

Court Orders

Statutory demands

Divorce petitions

Bankruptcy Petitions

Winding up petitions

Family Law Order

Injunctions

Witness Summons

Landlord and tenant documents

N39 Summons to Attend Court

Working Orders

Non-Molestation Orders

Other Documents

Our Process Service includes all of the following:

Fixed Fee with no hidden extras

Up to three attempts of service by a Local process server

Certificate of Service

No charge for printing up to 20 pages

First attendance within 48hrs

Statement of Service emailed and also sent in the post at no additional cost

For urgent legal document collection from your office, and service of court documents call us today.

Why choose us to Serve Court Documents?

On-time, every-time delivery of papers to government agencies, local authorities, solicitors and private persons for business and personal use. Providing professional process serving services throughout the UK, we are a team of process servers. In addition to serving court documents on behalf of government agencies, local governments, solicitors, businesses, and private persons, we also provide a comprehensive trace and serve service.

Our service is done on a fixed-fee basis for the majority of the time, so there are no hidden fees. Our process servers are well-versed in dealing with high-pressure situations and will deliver your documents on time and professionally.

Not all process servers are created equal, we take great pride in giving Immediate Confirmation to our clients when service is performed. Concise and accurate statements, certificates, or affidavits attesting to the completion of the statutory demand service are then provided as evidence.

Unless there is a pressing necessity, the documents will be served within two days of instruction. Urgent and same-day process service are also carried out on a fixed fee basis.

How do you instruct us to Serve your Court Documents?

Our process servers and litigation support services are located throughout the United Kingdom, including the British Channel Islands. A fixed charge with up to three visits is included, and we'll keep you informed at every step of the process. Legal documents can be collected from any UK court or address if originals are required to be served. As a result, we routinely serve documents internationally and accept instructions to serve legal documents anywhere in the world. We will work with you to serve documents in a timely manner, whether it's at your home or office, a police station, a prison, or a business, and our process servers will execute the serving on your behalf. Confidentiality is guaranteed by the ICO-registered Intime `Investigations Ltd.


As a law firm, local government, housing association, corporation or individual, you can rest certain that we will keep you informed every step of the way until we deliver your legal documents in a timely manner while maintaining strict adherence to data privacy rules. Affidavits, signed Statements of Service, or Certificates of Service will be completed and sent to you once your documents have been served, depending on the requirements. As a rule, our foreign documents must be signed by a Notary Public or a High Court Master in the Central Authority if the request has been made via the Hague Convention (Article 5).

We are happy to assist you with the service of legal documents as soon as possible and look forward to your call. Contact us by email or phone, and we'll be happy to help you with anything you need.

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