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Are you looking for a professional process server in Bristol who you or your business can trust to serve important legal documents in a proficient and timely manner?
Bond Rees have been providing dependable, efficient, and experienced professional process servers to our clients across the UK over many years who can be relied upon to carry out service on time, without error, and with regard to any individual requirements, legal process, and civil procedure.
Our process serving is available to any client requiring this service including any law firm, local authority, housing association, government department, landlord or letting agent, credit company, charity, independent solicitor, as well as any other business or individual and we provide a personal service, accommodating any unique needs.
Bond Rees are a nationwide agency with the size, facilities, and coverage to provide process serving of all and any legal papers wherever you or your company require this to be undertaken throughout the UK.
Bond Rees can also act as UK agent for any client who is located outside of the country and requires this as per Hague Convention guidelines.
Bond Rees are a well-established and highly experienced provider of professional process serving and have been operating in this field for many years, accumulating a wealth of satisfied customers and a high rate of repeat business and clients who know they can count on us to provide a reliable and effective service.
We ensure that all legal documents are served accurately, with correct process, and within deadlines. We keep our client fully updated regarding any issues or occasional and unavoidable delays that arise and are resourceful and persistent in process serving, making our client aware as soon as this has been successfully completed.
Our private investigator teams are made up of highly trained, competent, and experienced process servers with the abilities and attributes to undertake service to even difficult or evasive clients and to placate any situations of conflict or aggressive behaviour with confidence and respect.
Bond Rees are wholly aware of the uncomfortable and sometimes distressing contexts in which process serving occurs and we always seek to minimise any upset or antagonization to any defendant or individual and not fuel any present acrimony between any party and the individual we serve, especially in cases of family law.
We operate across the UK with many local offices situated in the towns and cities throughout which allow Bond Rees a substantial advantage over our competitors when a document requires serving at short notice or on an urgent basis.
Bond Rees guarantee absolute discretion, confidentiality, and data protection for both our work and our clients and are a legitimate agency with all required professional indemnity insurance in place.
Bond Rees pride ourselves on our extensive experience of process serving and our ability to consistently execute this correctly, competently, and on time.
We have the knowledge and expertise to serve a full range of legal documents including but not limited to:
Bond Rees always respond expediently to any client requiring process serving and we start work as soon as we have receipt of the legal or court documents, attending the primary address to serve these, ensuring correct proof of identity is obtained.
If unable to serve at our initial attempt, Bond Rees process servers will persist with further attempts at the home address before approaching other locations that may offer the potential to serve such as a place of work or other known location the defendant regularly attends.
If service continues to be avoided by the defendant but our professional investigators observe signs that they are on site, they will employ strategies and techniques to persuade the defendant to engage with serving but these will always be appropriate, responsible, and legitimate.
Bond Rees will inform our client of process serving progress and report as soon as this has been completed, providing all and any necessary documentation to confirm this such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit.
In the uncommon circumstances that Bond Rees cannot complete process serving we will make certain that our clients are issued with all reports and documentation needed to enable application for third-party or substituted service and we are able to undertake this as further work if instructed.
Can a defendant hide from a process server?
Defendants have no legal obligation to present themselves for serving and often attempt to hide from or evade the server. In the long run this makes no difference and has no benefit to the defendant as there are other options if conventional service cannot occur and proceedings will not terminate due to these behaviours.
How quickly can you serve my legal document?
Bond Rees have local office located throughout the UK with professional investigators who are available at any time to undertake process serving for our clients at any location in the UK and with minimal notice.
How much does it cost to hire a Bond Rees process server?
Just contact Bond Rees via any of the options below to gain an instant, exact, and non-obligation quote for your process serving requirements.
Will proceedings terminate if you cannot serve my legal papers?
There are plenty of alternative options if a defendant is proving evasive to serve such as trying other addresses and locations to achieve this, requesting third-party or substituted service or giving notice through other means in extenuating circumstances and proceedings will not terminate due to this.
If you or your business need to hire one of our experienced process servers, you can contact us using any of the communication options provided below and a Bond Rees advisor will call you straight back to arrange this for you without delay:
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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