Process Serving For

General Practice Lawyers

process serving for general practice lawyers

As a general practice attorney, you have a wide range of legal matters to handle, from family law to civil litigation to estate planning. And in many of these cases, you need to ensure that important legal documents are served properly and promptly to all relevant parties. That's why you need a reliable and experienced private process server like Pro Legal Serve on your side.

Here are some of the key reasons why general practice attorneys should use Pro Legal Serve as their go-to process server:

Efficiency and Speed: We understand that time is of the essence in the legal world, and delays can be costly. That's why we offer routine, expedited, rush, and emergency service options to ensure your documents are served as quickly as possible.

Expertise and Experience: Our team of licensed and professional process servers have years of experience in serving a wide range of legal documents, from subpoenas and summons to complaints and motions. We know the rules and regulations surrounding service of process, and we will make sure that all documents are served in compliance with state and federal laws.

Flexibility and Convenience: We offer a variety of options for document delivery, including email, fax, mail, courier, and more. And if you have a large volume of documents to serve, we can directly integrate with most internal systems through API, FTP, Google Drive, Dropbox, and other platforms.

Communication and Transparency: We provide regular updates on the status of your document serving, so you are always in the loop on the progress of your case. We also provide detailed reports on each service attempt, including date, time, and location, so you have all the information you need.

Affidavit Generation: Once service is successful, we will generate an affidavit that serves as legal proof of service. Affidavits can be sent by email, mailed, or sent directly to many cloud storage solutions such as Google Drive, Dropbox, or your own internal storage.

At Pro Legal Serve, we take pride in providing reliable and efficient service of process to general practice attorneys across a wide range of legal matters. Contact us today to learn more about how we can support your practice.

Common Documents We Serve

A legal document that orders a person to appear in court, produce documents including bank records or other physical evidence, or provide testimony in a legal proceeding such as a deposition.

A legal document that is issued by a court or other authorized legal entity to notify a person that a legal action has been filed against them.

A legal order that requires a third party, such as an employer or bank, to withhold money owed to a debtor and pay it to a creditor to satisfy a debt.

A document filed by a party requesting the court to take a specific action or ruling on a particular issue in a case.

A legal document that is filed by a person or organization (the plaintiff) to initiate a civil lawsuit against another person or organization (the defendant).

Including motions, orders, notices, and more.

Process Serving For

We are trained professionals who have experience serving legal documents. We understand the intricacies of the legal system and can ensure that all documents are served in accordance with the law.

Personal injury cases often have strict deadlines and timeframes for legal actions. Pro Legal Serve can ensure that all documents are served promptly and efficiently, helping to keep the case on track and avoid delays.

When it comes to serving legal documents, reliability is key. Pro Legal Serve is dedicated to ensuring that all parties are properly notified of legal proceedings, and can be trusted to deliver documents in a timely and reliable manner.

In some cases, serving legal documents can be a dangerous or volatile situation. Our servers are trained to handle these situations safely and professionally, minimizing the risk of harm to all parties involved.

When serving legal documents, it is important to have a record of the delivery. Pro Legal Serve provides proof of service, which can be used in court to prove that all parties were properly notified of legal proceedings.