Process Server Eastbourne

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we provide process serving services to law firms

If you require dependable and efficient professional process serving anywhere in the United Kingdom, Bond Rees are the agency that you can trust.

We provide highly experienced process servers to any law firm, landlord, letting agent, housing association, charity, financial group, local authority, government agency, business, private individual, or other organisation requiring our assistance throughout the country.

As an established and accomplished professional private investigation we can also offer other professional services such as person or debtor tracing, and we also act as a UK agents for clients based overseas in accordance with Hague Convention principles.

We are a legitimate and responsible provider and guarantee absolute discretion, confidentiality, and data protection for every client and case we work with and have full professional indemnity insurance to cover any eventuality.

If you would like the reassurance of knowing that you are hiring a true professional to undertake your process serving, contact Bond Rees today.

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

Bond Rees cover the entirety of the United Kingdom with local branches distributed throughout including in the southeast coastal resort town of Eastbourne famed for being the sunniest place in the UK!

Our many offices facilitate local knowledge and the ability to respond without delay to any urgent or minimal notice process serving request and enable a local base for our British investigators to ensure every client receives the excellent service they expect and deserve.

Our teams of professional investigators consist of highly trained and experienced process servers with the qualities and skills to negotiate process serving in conflictual circumstances or with the most evasive of defendants, and to minimise exacerbation of acrimony between any party especially in cases of family law.

We undertake process serving with persistence and tenacity and will be robust yet responsible and legally compliant in our work, utilising tactics and methods to achieve contact and service where a recipient attempts to trick, evade, or hide from our process servers.

Bond Rees undertake process serving with full regard for civil procedure and can accommodate any specific requirements or requests as part of our personal service.

Documents we serve

Our British investigators have the practical knowledge, experience, and ability to serve any legal document to any location in the UK within required timescales including examples such as:

  • 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

Bond Rees will attempt 3 visits to the home or primary service address to undertake process serving in accordance with procedure and ensuring verification of identity of the defendant or recipient.

If attempts at the home address do not yield successful results, we will attend other locations known to hold possibility of service such as a workplace or any other potential premises as directed by our client.

If the defendant is suspected to have absconded or relocated, we can also provide person or debtor tracing services to overcome this issue.

Once process serving has been successfully completed, Bond Rees will inform our client and follow up with all required proforma and proof to officially corroborate this such as a certificate or statement of service or sworn affidavit.

In the rare event that our professional process servers are unable to complete service we will ensure that we equip our client with any reports, information, and proof they need to make application for third-party or substituted service and to prevent any avoidable delay to proceedings.

Process Server FAQs

Do I need a process server?

Certain legal documents must be served correctly and with proper procedure in the UK. Hiring a professional process server ensures this process is carried out with full compliance and that serving is adequately evidenced so there can be no denial or challenge of this by the other party of defendant.

Hiring a professional can also prevent risk of confrontation or aggression if you attempt to deliver such documents yourself or ask a friend or family member to do so and can also avoid breach of any orders such as a non-molestation order or restraining order.

Our professional process servers are highly trained in de-escalating and minimising any instances of conflict or aggression, and in ensuring adequate and sufficient evidence of service is obtained.

How much does it cost to hire a Bond Rees process server?

To obtain a full and accurate quotation for your process serving requirement anywhere in the UK, just contact Bond Rees via any of the options given below.

What happens if you cannot complete process serving?

In cases of avoidant or difficult defendants Bond Rees will persist and can employ person or debtor tracing services in cases of extreme evasion or absconding.

If process serving of the defendant or recipient proves entirely impossible, there are other options available such as substituted service and this will not cause proceedings to stop.

What areas do you process serve in?

Bond Rees cover the entirety of the United Kingdom and can process serve in any location you require.

How to hire a process server in Eastbourne

Hiring a professional process server from Bond Rees is quick and easy; just contact us on any of the options given below and an advisor will call back without delay to assist:

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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