Engage with Countrywide Process for your process serving requirements and entrust your documents to be delivered across the U.S. utilizing our expansive network of professional process servers. At Countrywide Process, our team synergizes with our cutting-edge technology to ensure heightened court receptivity of documents, delivering you court-endorsed copies and swift, dependable proofs of service.
Receive timely status updates until the service is consummated. Your proof of service will be dispatched directly to your designated email. Further, consolidate all your process serving prerequisites within a single, secure Countrywide Process account, with the flexibility to incorporate supplementary services such as court filings, courtesy copy deliveries, and more. For instances requiring location services, we proficiently offer skip tracing to ascertain an individual's whereabouts.
Our Countrywide Process professional intake team can place service of process orders on your behalf using our “Done For You Service”, or you can place your own order.
For the submission of process serving orders, please be informed that our established deadline is 1:30 PM Pacific Time for orders within California. For locations outside of California, the deadline is set at 10:30 AM Pacific Time. Kindly note that orders submitted post the designated deadline will be processed as if received on the subsequent business day.
We also offer an On-Demand option for clients requiring same-day service beyond the stipulated deadline. It is imperative that Countrywide Process is promptly notified should the service necessitate completion on the same day; otherwise, the service attempt will be scheduled for the following morning (Subject to Availability).
|NOTARY PUBLIC (If requested)||$15.00|
|STAKEOUT(Per Hour – 2 hours minimum) Hourly rates are based on service in California.||$95/hour|
|SPECIAL TIME (set up appointment/special arrangements or if you must serve on a certain day or at a certain time)||See On-Demand Fee|
|LATE NIGHT / EARLY MORNING HOURS: (If you require a process server to be at a location between 10:00pm and 6:30am) + Base Service Fee||$125.00|
At Countrywide Process, we perceive our role to extend beyond that of mere service providers; we are your dedicated legal allies. Our steadfast dedication to your triumph forms the cornerstone of all our endeavors. Boasting a legacy of reliable service and a distinguished record of excellence, we are your dependable partners, committed to delivering premier process serving and playing a pivotal role in the success of your legal pursuits.
Discover the leverage of enhanced litigation with Countrywide Process as your collaborator. Our uninterrupted backing for judicial proceedings augments your case, laying a solid foundation of trustworthy service of process. From swift document conveyance to regular progress updates, we reinforce your legal cadre, guaranteeing a streamlined and robust litigation process poised for victory.
A process server delivers legal documents such as summons, subpoenas, and complaints to individuals or entities involved in a legal proceeding, thereby notifying them of their involvement and ensuring due process of law.
Process servers fullfill an indispensable function within the judicial system, guaranteeing that all involved parties are duly notified of legal proceedings against them, thereby affording them the opportunity to present a response and advocate for their interests in a court of law.
A process server is tasked with the responsibility of delivering judicial documents, such as summons, subpoenas, complaints, and other pertinent legal notices, to individuals or entities to ensure their awareness and compliance with the stipulations of the legal proceedings.
Typically, individuals, corporations, or legal representatives involved in legal proceedings are the ones who receive documents from process servers.
Process servers employ various methods such as public records searches, online databases, surveillance, and skip tracing to locate individuals and ensure accurate and lawful delivery of legal documents.
Should an individual refuse to accept the documents, process servers are typically trained to leave the documents near the individual, often at their feet, and inform them of the contents, thereby fulfilling their legal obligation and ensuring that the service of process is valid.
No, while personal delivery is preferred, process servers also utilize alternative methods such as substituted service, constructive service, and electronic service, depending on the nature of the documents and the jurisdictional regulations, to ensure effective service of legal documents.
Substituted service is an alternate method employed when direct delivery is not feasible, entailing the handing over of legal documents to a responsible adult at the recipient’s domicile or place of employment, contingent upon jurisdictional stipulations.
Service by publication refers to notifying a party of legal proceedings by placing a notice in a public medium, often a newspaper, when traditional methods of service are ineffective or the party's whereabouts are unknown.
Typically, anyone not a party to the action who meets the specific age guideline is eligible to serve legal documents. However, specific jurisdictions may require licensing or registration.
An affidavit of service is a formal, notarized document provided by a process server as proof that the legal documents have been successfully delivered to the recipient, detailing the time, date, location, and manner of service.
Upon successful delivery, the process server completes and provides the proof or affidavit of service to their client for filing, and the recipient has a designated timeframe to respond, either by filing an answer or appearing in court.
Yes, individuals, if not a party to the action, can often serve legal documents themselves, but hiring a professional process server is recommended to ensure compliance with jurisdictional regulations and secure valid proof of service.
Opting for a professional process server ensures adherence to legal protocols, timely and accurate delivery, provision of incontrovertible proof of service, adept handling of jurisdictional nuances and complexities, and mitigates the risk of conflicts or altercations, thereby upholding the sanctity of the legal proceedings.