Process Server Hereford

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If you are looking for a competent, dependable, and efficient process server, Bond Rees can help!

We cover the entirety of the United Kingdom and are an established and substantial private investigator agency who provide effective and high quality professional services including process serving as well as person or debtor tracing.

Our professional services are available for any law firm, solicitor, housing association, landlord, financial provider, local authority, government agency, business, or private individual and we can also act as a UK agent for individuals or organisations who are based outside of the country.

Bond Rees operate on a 24 hour, 7 day a week basis and have the coverage and human resources to serve any legal document for our clients anywhere in the UK and even with short notice or with urgent need.

If you or your business need a process server that you can trust, contact Bond Rees today.

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

Bond Rees are well practiced and capable professional process servers with teams of British investigators based across the UK in our numerous area branches which offer the advantages of local knowledge and the facility to cater for any process serving request at minimal or urgent notice.

Our local offices are sited in many towns and cities throughout the UK including in the cathedral city of Hereford, now known predominantly as a trading centre for a wider agricultural and rural area in the county of Herefordshire.

Our professional investigators are fully trained and highly experienced professional process services with the ability to serve even difficult or avoidant defendants, to resolve incidents of dispute or anger, and prevent antagonization of acrimony present between any party particularly with cases of family law.

Bond Rees are an ethical and honest professional provider and undertake all tasks with discretion, confidentiality, and diligent application of all Data Protection Act requirements, and we have full professional indemnity insurance in place to cover any eventuality.

Documents we serve

Bond Rees serve all manner of legal documents for our innumerable clients throughout the UK on a regular basis including examples such as:

  • 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
  • Divorce papers

Our Process

Bond Rees are dedicated to our goal to fulfil the needs and expectations of every client and take pride in offering a personal service that provides for any individual specification or requirement.

After you have agreed to hire us and necessary documents are in our possession, Bond Rees process servers will undertake an initial service attempt at the primary or home address without delay; we will conduct 3 visits to this location to attempt process serving.

If the primary or home address does not offer opportunity for process serving, we will persevere with other locations that may enable opportunity for service such as a workplace or home of a partner or family member or other advised or indicated premises.

If it is perceived that the defendant or recipient is present at the address but not engaging with service, we will employ legally compliant techniques to promote service, and if it transpires that a defendant has relocated, we can also provide person or debtor tracing services if required.

On the rare occasion that we fail to achieve complete service, Bond Rees will issue all required reports and proof to our client conducive to gaining approval for third-party or substituted service and assist in any way we can in minimising avoidable delay to proceedings.

When our professional process servers have completed service we will update our client and provide all verification of this required such as a statement of service or sworn affidavit as appropriate.

Process Server FAQs

Can a defendant refuse to be served?

An individual can hide from and evade a process server but once any form of person to person contact has been made, they cannot refuse to be served as papers can be placed close to them and in clear sight if they will not accept these by hand and this constitutes service and can be evidenced through photographic proof.

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 fast and accurate quote for your process serving requirement.

Can process serving be undertaken via email?

Certain legal documents need to be delivered in person and evidence of this provided so cannot take place through email.

A professional process server will ensure that the document reaches the right hands and provide robust evidence of this to prevent any defendant from being able to question or deny receipt.

Will I receive evidence that process serving has been completed?

Bond Rees will ensure our client is kept fully informed and updated during the process serving period and will advise as soon as this has been successfully completed, and provide all documentation required to corroborate this and photographic evidence if needed.

How to hire a process server in Hereford

Bond Rees provide process serving to any individual, agency, or business; just use any of the options below to get in touch and an advisor will call you right back to assist you with our simple and fast hiring process:


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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