A Process Server issues legal documents to a Defendant, Respondent or Debtor; these papers must be delivered by hand.
Once an order has been agreed by a judge and issued from the court, a solicitor will instruct a Process Server agent, such as AH Jones, to serve the order, or legal documents.
Process Servers hand-deliver a wide range of legal documents, such as:
Orders to attend court
High Court Writs
Serving legal documents
As members of the ABI, AH Jones Investigators adheres to the strict rules and special instructions provided by the court. These rules and instructions differ, case-by-case, depending on the classification of the legal documents being served. We ensure our team of experienced Process Servers serve all documents correctly to eliminate unnecessary delays to the case.
Local Process Servers
Our network of Process Servers covers the whole of the UK to ensure the timely serving of documents. Our Process Servers are discreet and highly professional, and work tirelessly to achieve success. There are occasions when the intended Respondent will try to avoid being served; our Process Servers draw on their experience to achieve a successful outcome for our clients.
How does Process Serving work?
Once the order has been issued from the court, the process is as follows:
The solicitor will instruct us to serve the order
We will mobilise our local Process Server
Our Process Server will successfully serve the order
We will confirm success to you
Can we help you?
Please contact us on 01392 278612 to discuss your Process Server requirements. We will give you a no-obligation quote. If you decide to proceed, we will instruct our local Process Server to begin the work as soon as we receive the legal documents to be served.
Working across the UK, our network of experienced and professional Process Servers can mobilise quickly to ensure the timely serving of papers.
Information, in its many forms, is crucial in legal procedures; from witness statements to background checks, covert surveillance, and more.
Tracing missing people
Our team can locate old friends, parents, spouses and relatives, as well as trace missing debtors both within the UK and worldwide.