Process Server Basildon

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Bond Rees cover the whole of the UK and can undertake process serving or any other professional service wherever our clients require in the country, and we also operate as a UK agent for individuals or organisations based overseas.

We are an established, dependable, and responsible provider of process serving and other professional services to legal firms, independent solicitors, businesses, government agencies, local authorities, housing associations, charities, landlords or letting agents, and private individuals or any other agency in need.

Bond Rees have experience and expertise in serving a wide variety legal documents for our range of clients from our many years of providing this service which enables us to meet our clients’ need efficiently, effectively, and proficiently.

Our specialist agents are fully trained and competent in the serving of legal documents and possess the skills and attributes to achieve serving even to evasive individuals and deal with any instances of conflict or confrontational behaviour in a professional and diplomatic manner.

Bond Rees guarantee absolute discretion and conduct process serving in a respectful and ethical manner, with regard for the stress and high emotions this can involve for the individuals concerned and care not to further antagonise conflict between parties especially in cases related to child and family law.

On the rare occasion that we are unable serve documents, we work with our client to provide them with all the evidence and information they require from us necessary for application for substitute or third-party service and do our best to prevent prolonged delays to proceedings. 

Why choose Bond Rees to act as your process server in Basildon?

Bond Rees are experienced providers of process serving and have a committed team of highly trained and knowledgeable specialist agents who conduct themselves in a professional manner and understand the significance and responsibility related to this task.

We are a UK wide company so can undertake process serving wherever you need it within minimal timescales and on an urgent basis where required.

Our extensive coverage also prevents the need for our clients to have to find other providers if they have multiple documents or locations this require serving in, or to have to change provider if the target address changes for any reason.

Bond Rees have a network of local branches distributed throughout the UK which provide us with the advantage of local knowledge that is invaluable to efficient and errorless process serving, and also enables us to respond quickly in any location providing our clients with the fastest and most cost-effective service.

We always provide our clients with full quote prior to them committing to hiring us which will be the price you pay for the service detailed with no extra hidden costs or added fees.

Bond Rees fully appreciate the need for discretion, tact, confidentiality, and diplomacy with regard to process serving and we conduct ourselves in a professional and respectful manner at all times.

Documents we serve

Bond Rees have the required knowledge and beneficial experience of process serving many kinds of documents for our clients including but not limited to:

  • Divorce papers
  • Non-molestation orders / prohibited steps orders/ restraining orders (injunctions)
  • Section 21 Notices and Break Notices
  • Claim forms, summons and writs
  • Court orders
  • Debt orders
  • Statutory demands
  • Bankruptcy and winding-up petitions
  • Family and children court proceedings
  • Witness summons

Our Process

Bond Rees follow correct protocol and conduct process serving reliably and efficiently for our clients, meeting short deadlines where necessary and providing documentation as required.

We will attend the home address or specified place of service with minimal delay on receiving instruction to deliver the document in person and obtain full and correct verification of identification from the target.

If we are unable to successfully serve papers on our initial attempt, we will make repeated tries to complete this and employ legally compliant skills and techniques where necessary in regard to evasive or difficult individuals.

If we are still unable to serve at the primary address Bond Rees are committed, determined, and tenacious in process serving and will attempt serving at other locations pertinent to the target such as their place of work.

In the unusual event that we fail to serve documents, we are able to undertake third-party or substitute service where this is appropriate, and consent has been given.

Bond Rees will ensure that our client receives the completed necessary documentation to verify process serving has been undertaken such as the certificate or statement of service or Sworn Affidavit.

Process Server FAQs

What can a process server not legally do?

A process server is legally prevented from forcing entry to private property, using aggression or threats or abusive language or behaviours to achieve serving, impersonating a protected professional role such as police officer or court official, or serving documents to an alternative individual unless proper consent and instruction is given.

What happens if a process server cannot serve the document?

A professional process server will utilise many techniques and methods and be persistent and tenacious in their endeavour to process serve an individual.

However, if serving remains impossible there are other options such as third-party or substitute service where documents are agreed to be provided to another individual connected to the target or even for notice to be given through forms of media in extreme situations.

Can process serving be done via email?

Some legal documents need to be issued in person and identification of the recipient verified so cannot be served via email.

Can you sue someone if you cannot serve them?

The defendant has no obligation to make themselves available for serving and it is common for an individual to try to evade or hide from a process server. This may cause some delay but will not prevent serving in the long run or prevent the progress of proceedings so has little benefit for the defendant in the end.

How to hire a process server in Basildon

If you or your business would like to enquire about our process serving or hire one of our professional agents to undertake this work for you, just contact Bond Rees using any of the options detailed below and an advisor will be in touch directly:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 773 4931

Or you can just fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.

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