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Bond Rees provide reliable and proficient process serving and other professional services, including debtor tracing, anywhere across the UK, and we also act as UK agents for individuals or organisations located abroad as per Hague convention guidance.
We are an experienced and competent provider of process serving and other professional services to any law firm, independent solicitor, landlord or letting agent, business, financial institution, government agency, local authority, housing association, charity, or private individual.
We have the ability and practical knowledge to serve any legal document and can be relied upon to serve your legal papers without error, and on time.
Our British investigators are persistent and tenacious process servers and have the qualities and resilience to serve the most evasive individuals and manage situations of conflict or anger with respect and diplomacy.
Bond Rees are a discreet provider, and we recognise that process serving is often carried out within emotive and stressful circumstances for the individuals involved and seek to not exacerbate any anxiety or conflict between parties particularly for family law cases.
Bond Rees are a nationwide private investigation agency with many local offices situated in towns and cities throughout the UK including Colchester in the county of Essex and home to the impressive Colchester Castle.
Our network of local branches enables us to be wherever you need us, whenever you need us, and Bond Rees can undertake process serving for our clients at the shortest of notice and on an urgent basis when required.
Bond Rees take pride in supplying a personal service to every client to comprehend their individual process serving requirements and accommodate these. We will keep you fully informed and updated throughout process serving and advise as soon as this has been successfully conducted.
We have the capacity to support with application for substituted service or third-party service in the unlikely event that we are unable to complete process serving to the defendant or primary recipient.
Bond Rees are aware of and understand the often challenging and emotive contexts in which process serving occurs, and we act with respect and dignity, and always seek to minimise any exacerbation of acrimony between any party with particular regard to family law proceedings.
Bond Rees always strive to ensure that our clients receive an excellent service from us, and we will go above and beyond to fulfil expectation and need.
Bond Rees have the nationwide coverage and expansive team of professional investigators that enable us to serve any legal document, at any location, on time!
We have experience of serving a wide range of legal documents and papers including but not limited to:
Once we have possession of the papers or document concerned and have received agreement to proceed by our client, Bond Rees will allocate a professional process server to your case who will attend the primary location or home address to undertake service as soon as you need us to.
If we complete service, our agent will verify proof of identity and serve the papers in person. If unsuccessful, the process server will attempt 3 visits to the primary or home address before moving on to other locations that the defendant is known to frequent such as a place of work.
Bond Rees process servers are tenacious and committed in cases of avoidant or evasive defendants and we will employ legitimate techniques to engage difficult recipients and can also provide person or debtor tracing if required.
In the rare event that Bond Rees cannot complete service, we will provide our client with all necessary information and evidence to assist with application for third-party or substituted service and can provide this service as an additional piece of work if required.
At completion of service, Bond Rees will provide full confirmation and necessary proforma for the client such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit.
What if you cannot serve my legal document?
This will not mean that proceedings have to terminate as there are many other options available if initial service attempts fail; we can try to serve legal papers at an alternative address or consent can be gained for substituted service where papers are provided to another named person or notice of service can be issued via other means in extreme situations.
Why do I need to hire a professional process server?
Hiring a professional removes the risks associated with you having to serve legal documents yourself such as conflict or aggression, ensures that process serving is undertaken correctly, and provides you with the necessary level of evidence that service has been completed so the recipient is unable to challenge this fact.
Will you provide evidence that my documents have been served?
Bond Rees professional process servers will ensure that you receive all relevant documentation and confirmation such as a statement of service confirming that service has been undertaken and can also obtain photographic evidence if you need this.
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.
If you would need a professional process server, just contact Bond Rees on any of the options provided below and an advisor will call you right back to assist 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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