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Process serving is an integral part of any legal proceedings; if documents, or a court order or statutory demand is not received or a defendant behaves evasively, this can result in lengthy delays, and if process serving is not conducted properly, the recipient may well be able to challenge proof it was served or deny receipt.

Bond Rees offer effective and efficient professional process serving throughout the UK that guarantees that your documents will reach the right person, in stated timescales, and that comprehensive proof is provided to verify that this has been undertaken with no opportunity for any defendant to deny or question service.

We have many years of experience in the field of process serving and possess the expertise, knowledge, and skill sets that allow our clients to depend on us to consistently achieve service and receive a personal service that takes account of individual specification as well as civil procedure.

Bond Rees offer process serving to any legal firm, solicitor, housing association, financial institution, landlord or letting agent, government agency, local authority, business, private individual or any other person or group requiring this and also act, as per Hague Convention conditions, as a UK agent for agencies located overseas.

If you or your business require an experienced process server and want the reassurance of knowing that your legal papers will be served correctly, competently, and on time, contact Bond Rees today.

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

Bond Rees are a proficient and responsible provider of professional process serving with the coverage, capacity, and expertise to serve any legal papers in a procedurally compliant and timely manner.

We cover the entirety of the British Isles with numerous offices located throughout including in Cardiff and we operate on a 24/7 basis enabling us to provide process serving at any location and at any time a client requires and respond expediently to limited notice or urgent process serving needs. We have just open offices and hired new process servers in Manchester, Birmingham, and Liverpool.

Our experienced and professional investigator teams are highly trained in process serving and have the knowledge, skills, and qualities needed to conduct service in regard to even confrontational or avoidant defendants and resolve instances of conflict or anger with a calm, diplomatic, and effective approach.

Bond Rees understand the often uncomfortable and upsetting contexts in which process serving is required and recognise the emotions and perspectives involved with this, working to minimise distress where possible and not further exacerbate acrimony between either party, particularly with regard to family law proceedings.

As a rule, we ensure absolute discretion, confidentiality, and data protection at all times, and Bond Rees have full professional indemnity insurance to cover any situation and protect our clients.

Documents we serve

Bond Rees been providing reliable process serving for many years and are experienced in serving all manner of legal documents across the UK.

We serve a full range of legal documents including examples such as:

  • 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

Bond Rees will assign a professional process server to your request once hiring has been confirmed and they will take possession of the documents involved and commence with process serving at the home address, in person, ensuring compliance with civil procedure and verification or identity. 

If we fail to complete service, we will conduct 3 attempts at the home address, using legally compliant and resourceful strategies where needed to encourage contact and service if we identify the defendant is present but hiding, and will then attempt other locations such as a workplace or other known frequented haunts of the recipient.

Our process servers are persistent and committed and will pursue service with evasive defendants and we also provide person or debtor tracing as an additional professional service if this is required.

In the unlikely event that we are unable to achieve service, Bond Rees undertake to issue our client with all required information and evidence to facilitate application for third-party or substituted service and we can also conduct this if consent and instruction is received as an additional piece of work.

Once process serving has been completed our experienced process server will provide confirmation of this and any necessary proforma for example a statement of service or sworn affidavit.

Bond Rees always keep our clients informed and updated regarding any obstacle we encounter within the course of service and any possible delay, although seek to avoid this at all costs.

Process Server Case Study: Served On A Paddle Board

 Location: Cardiff, Wales

What we did

We were hired to serve child custody papers to a father in Cardiff. The man had been refusing to receive the papers because he was unhappy with the conditions being set by the court. The papers needed to be professionally served to him for the child custody proceedings to continue. 


Our process serving agents had been working on locating him for weeks, and were chasing him across Wales, to no avail. They tried his house and work address, but he was either not home or refused to come to the door. Eventually, our agents spotted the man at his house and followed him to a park, where they found him on a paddleboard in a park lake near his with his new girlfriend. 

Our agents waited for him at the docking area, effectively cornering him. He had nowhere left to run, so he had no way of refusing the papers. We were able to serve him, and our client was very happy with the results.

Process Server FAQs

Will proceedings end if you cannot complete process serving?

There are many more options if initial attempts to process serve are unsuccessful such as trying other locations or making application for third-party or substituted service where another person connected to the defendant can take receipt of documents.

Difficulties encountered with service will not prevent documents being served in the long run and will not cause proceedings to terminate.

How much do Bond Rees charge for process serving?

Just contact us on any of the below options to gain an instant, accurate, and non-obligation quotation for your process serving requirement.

What locations can Bond Rees provide process serving in?

Bond Rees have local branches across the UK including in Cardiff and provide process serving anywhere you require nationwide.

What information does a process server need?

It is beneficial to process serving if you can provide as much information about the defendant or recipient as possible; full name, home address, work address, any other known frequented locations, and a current photograph can all be extremely useful.

It’s also pertinent to advise of any known risks such as a history of violence or any suspected substance misuse so that our process servers can prepare, and risk assess this appropriately.

However, do not be overly worried if you do not have all of this information as we can still undertake process serving with limited or basic details where necessary.

How to hire a process server in Cardiff

To hire a Bond Rees experienced process server wherever and whenever you require, just contact us on any of the options below and an advisor will call you straight back to arrange this for you:


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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