Process Server Burton-on-Trent

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we provide process serving services to law firms

If you or your business require a professional, reliable, and experienced process server in Burton-on-Trent or anywhere in the UK, look no further than Bond Rees.

We have been undertaking efficient and successful process serving for many years and can be trusted to serve any legal document, court order, or statutory demand effectively, in line with civil procedure, and on time.

Bond Rees cover the entirety of the UK with local branches distributed throughout, enabling us to be able to serve any legal document to any location in the country in the shortest of timescales and accommodate the most urgent of requirements.

We provide process serving to a wide range of clients including any law firm, solicitor, housing association, charity, government agency, local authority, business, or individual and also offer other professional services such as debtor tracing.

Bond Rees can also act as an agent in the UK for any individual or organisation located outside of the country who needs this as per Hague Convention requirements.

If you or your business require a professional process server in Burton-on-Trent or, indeed, anywhere in the UK, contact Bond Rees today.

Why choose Bond Rees to act as your process server in Burton-on-Trent?

Bond Rees can meet any process serving requirement for any client and have the capacity and coverage to provide an experienced process server at any location in the UK with minimum notice.

Our British investigators are fully trained and experienced process servers who have the resilience and expertise to undertake effective process serving in line with civil procedure and adeptly manage situations of evasive defendants, conflict, or aggression with tenacity, diplomacy, and skill.

We offer a personal service to every client ensuring that we take account of any individual requirements and keep you up to date and informed regarding any development or problem we encounter during process serving.

We are an experienced private investigator agency and can also provide a comprehensive range of other effective professional services to support successful process serving where necessary such as debtor tracing.

We are a responsible and ethical agency who employ the highest standards of confidentiality and data protection and have full professional indemnity insurance in place.

Documents we serve

Bond Rees are dependable, effective and efficient professional process servers who can be relied upon to serve any legal papers or document you require to any UK location on time.

Examples of some of the types of documents we serve regularly for our clients across the UK include:

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

Our Process

Once in receipt of the papers or document concerned and given consent to proceed by our client, Bond Rees will assign a professional process server to your service who will visit the primary location to undertake service as soon as you need us to.

If service is completed, our agent will gain and evidence proof of identity and serve the document in person, by hand. If unsuccessful, the process server will attempt 3 further visits to the primary or home address before moving on to other locations such as a place of work.

Bond Rees process servers are determined and persistent in cases of avoidant or evasive defendants.

We always take care to ensure that our client is kept fully informed and updated regarding any difficulties we experience and any potential unavoidable delays.

In the uncommon event that Bond Rees are unable to complete service, we will furnish our client with all necessary reports and evidence to assist with application for third-party or substituted service and can provide this service as a further piece of work if required.

When we have completed service, Bond Rees will provide full confirmation and evidence for the client of this such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit.

Process Server FAQs

Why do I need to hire a professional process server?

Hiring a professional process server removes the need or risks associated with you having to serve legal documents yourself such as conflict or aggression, ensures that process serving is undertaken in accordance with correct protocol, and provides you with the necessary level of evidence to prove service has been completed.

Can process serving be done via email?

Certain legal documents need to be delivered in person with proof of identity being obtained from the defendant or recipient, and evidence provided that service has been undertaken so cannot be completed via email.

Can a defendant try to trick a process server?

It is not uncommon for defendants to try to evade or trick process servers and Bond Rees are highly experienced in detecting this and have many strategies to counter such behaviour. There are many options to complete process serving and trying to trick a server will not stop proceedings of benefit the defendant in any way.

How much do Bond Rees charge for process serving?

Just contact us on any of the methods detailed below and one of our helpful advisors will be able to provide a quote for a fixed fee for your process serving requirement.

How to hire a process server in Burton-on-Trent

To hire an experienced process server from Bond Rees, just contact us via any of the options provided below and we can answer any questions or queries you many have and undertake process serving for you whenever and wherever you require:

WhatsApp: https://wa.link/91ew91

Text: 07792 762 511

Email: bondrees@gmail.com

Telephone: 0800 773 4931

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

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