Process Server Lichfield

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Bond Rees are a professional private investigation agency and expert process server provider who can serve any legal document, statutory demand, legal papers, or court orders anywhere in the UK, within required timescales and even at short notice, in full accordance with civil procedure and legal service requirements.

We operate across the totality of the United Kingdom, and our clients include any UK law firm, local authority, government agency, housing association, landlord, financial provider, charity, business, or private individual, and we also provide processing as a UK agent for any person or organisation located overseas in accordance with Hague Convention stipulation.

We are an established, dependable, and experienced process service provider and also offer an extensive range of other effective professional investigator services for all private or corporate clients including examples like person or debtor tracing, covert surveillance, background checks to name but a few.

If you or your Lichfield business need a reliable and competent document serving company who can provide a process server Lichfield, or UK process server, contact Bond Rees today.

How to hire a process server in Lichfield

You can contact Bond Rees via any of the below options to enquire about our Lichfield and surrounding area process serving or professional investigator services, or to obtain a fixed fee quotation with no pressure to proceed:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 773 4931

Or you can just fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.

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

Bond Rees can ensure safe delivery of any court document, legal document, statutory demand, or legal paper anywhere in the UK including in the vibrant and historic cathedral city and civil parish of Lichfield in the West Midland County of Staffordshire.

Our extensive branch network across the United Kingdom enables our private investigator teams to provide process serving in any location within the UK and puts Bond Rees ahead of our competitors with a significant advantage when it comes to any urgent or short notice process service requests.

Every Bond Rees Lichfield and UK wide professional process server has the knowledge and experience to serve all legal documents with competence and efficiency, and to demonstrate persistence and resolve to achieve service even in instances of obstructive or avoidant defendants or recipients.

We appreciate the often emotive situations in which the need for process serving occurs and provide this with sensitivity and dignity and aim to prevent any increase of acrimony between parties particularly in cases pertaining to family proceedings.

Bond Rees can accommodate any individual detail into our process as part of our personal service to our customers, and we always guarantee full security measures and compliance with Data Protection law with regard to personal information for all our clients and the cases we work on, and we have full professional indemnity insurance cover.

You can easily contact Bond Rees using any of the options below to arrange to hire a UK or Lichfield process server, or if you would like a fixed fee no obligation quotation, and one of our advisors will call you back directly:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 773 4931

Documents we serve

As a nationwide process service provider Bond Rees serve all manner of legal documents and court papers every day throughout the UK for our private and corporate clients including examples such as:

  • Non molestation order / prohibited steps order / restraining order / injunction order
  • Section 21 Notices and Break Notices
  • Claim forms, summons and writs
  • Court order
  • Debt order
  • Statutory demands
  • Bankruptcy petition
  • Winding Up petition
  • Family and children court proceedings
  • Witness summons
  • Occupation order
  • Divorce papers

Our Process

Our process includes 3 attempts to undertake process service in person, by hand, and with compliance with all legal obligation at the instructed primary serving location or defendant’s home address and will verify personal identification and ensure adequate evidence of service.

If the initial address or service location does not result in successful process service, we will attempt service at other addresses and locations as provided by our client such as a workplace, home of a partner or relative, or any other property or premises the defendant or recipient is known or suspected to regularly visit.

Where necessary, our experienced process servers have the ability to employ resourceful and legitimate techniques and strategies to facilitate interaction with the defendant and encourage cooperation with service and we also offer person or debtor tracing if the defendant is no longer at the given or known address or area.

When we have successfully completed service of legal documents to the defendant, we will advise our client without delay and issue them with all appropriate proforma and proof to corroborate this such as a statement of service and photographic evidence.

In the uncommon situation that we fail to complete service, Bond Rees will ensure that our clients receive all reports, statements, and evidence that they require from us to proceed with application for third-party or substituted service or any other desired next steps, and to prevent any avoidable delay to proceedings.

Process Server FAQs

How will I know when process serving has been completed?

Bond Rees will advise our client as soon as the process server has successfully completed service and provide all required documentation and proof to evidence this.

Why should I hire a professional process server?

A professional process server can make sure that service is undertaken with correct legal process and that sufficient evidence is obtained to remove all risk of challenge or denial of receipt of documents or papers concerned.

An experienced process server also has the experience and abilities to counter situations wherein a defendant attempts to trick or evade service, and prevents any issues of personal confrontation, altercation, or risk from occurring or any potential breach in cases of non-molestation or restraining orders for example.

What can a process server not do?

Process servers cannot force entry to private property, impersonate an official such as a police officer or court official, or use threat, intimidation, or aggression to achieve service.

Can a person hide from a process server?

A defendant has no legal obligation to comply with service and can make attempts to hide from or evade this.

Our professional process servers are experienced in the tricks and avoidance techniques that defendants adopt and have the skill sets, strategies, experience, and tenacity to counter this behaviour and proceed with effective and successful process service and we can also provide person tracing services in extreme situations of evasion.

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