Process Server Dover

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we provide process serving services to law firms

Do you or your business or legal firm require an efficient, reliable, and professional process server in Dover or anywhere in the United Kingdom?

Bond Rees provide highly experienced and tenacious process servers throughout the country and can conduct dependable process serving in full accordance with civil procedure and any personal service specification within your required timescale.

We offer process serving and other professional services such as person or debtor tracing to any legal firm, landlord, letting agent, housing association, financial institution, local authority, government agency, business, or private individual and can also act as UK agent as per Hague Convention guidelines for those overseas.

We have a proven track record for proving an excellent service and a high rate of repeat business from customers who know they can rely on Bond Rees to serve any document or papers they require proficiently and with care.

If you require a professional process server and want to hire a company that you can trust, contact Bond Rees today. 

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

Bond Rees have offices situated in towns and cities across the United Kingdom including in the coastal town of Dover, famed for its iconic white cliffs and extensive secret wartime tunnels.

Our local branches throughout the country provide a base for our private investigator teams and access to local knowledge, as well as a significant advantage over our competitors when it comes to any short notice or urgent process serving requests or in the instance where a target address needs to change.

We provide a discreet service that ensures the privacy of our clients and defendants or recipients, guarantees complete confidentiality and data protection and is undertaken with consideration and sensitivity with an aim to reduce exacerbation of any acrimony or conflict between any party.

Our professional process servers have the abilities and attributes to persevere in cases of evasive or aggressive defendants and to conduct service in a respectful and diplomatic, yet firm and resolved manner.

Bond Rees can also provide other professional services to support process serving where this is proving problematic such as person or debtor tracing.

We are a legitimate and ethical agency and have full professional indemnity insurance in place.

Documents we serve

Our proficient process server teams have the experience and ability to serve any legal document or paper required in full compliance with civil procedure and, most importantly, on time.

A few examples of the types of documents and court orders we serve on a regular basis throughout the United Kingdom include:

  • Divorce papers
  • Non-molestation order / prohibited steps order / restraining order (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
  • Occupation order

Our Process

Our British investigators are based across the UK and can respond without delay to any process serving requirement, presenting at the home or primary address to attempt service within necessary timescales.

If we complete process serving at initial attempt, we will obtain proof of identification and issue documents in person, obtaining all required evidence and confirmation of this.

If initial process serving is unsuccessful, Bond Rees will undertake 3 attempts at the primary address before attempting other premises such as a place of work or other known frequently visited locations of the defendant or target.

Our process servers are tenacious and committed and will persist with avoidant defendants and employ techniques in a legally compliant manner to obtain contact where it is judged that the recipient is present at the address but evading service.

Once service has been successfully completed, we will provide our client with all necessary documentation and proof of this, such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit.

In the rare event that we cannot complete process serving we will work with our client to make certain that they have all information and evidence they require from us to apply for third-party or substituted service.

Process Server FAQs

Can process serving be completed via email?

Process serving needs to be undertaken in person and identification verified so cannot be carried out via email.

What information does a process server need?

The full name and address are necessary, but it is helpful to provide all information that you have about the recipient such as locations they attend, who they live with, and a current photograph, if possible, as well as knowledge of any risks such as violence or substance use.

If you don’t have more than the basic information, do not overly concern yourself with this as Bond Rees will still be able to conduct process serving for you.

What locations can Bond Rees provide process serving in?

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

What happens if you can’t serve someone?

We will try other options such as other known addresses or locations to serve the individual and, if this fails, we will support application for substituted service and provide any further help and assistance we can with this.

How to hire a process server in Dover

To hire one of our experienced process servers or enquire about any other professional service Bond Rees can provide, just contact us using any of the methods provided below and an advisor will be directly in touch:


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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