Process Server Stoke

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Bond Rees are a competent and dependable provider of process serving and have a huge experience and an impressive track record for ensuring your legal documents or court orders will be delivered to the right person, in adherence with all civil procedure rules and with adequate proof of receipt, on time even with minimal or urgent notice.

We work throughout the whole of the United Kingdom and can be accessed by any client including those in the legal profession, local authorities, government agencies, landlords, lenders, housing associations, businesses, and private individuals and we also act as a UK agent as per Hague Convention procedures for individuals or groups located abroad

As a prominent UK professional private investigation company we also have the private detective resources and British investigators to offer an extensive range of other effective private investigator services including corporate investigations, background checks, person tracing, covert surveillance, lie detector testing, and many more.

We are a substantial and experienced document serving company who can provide our clients with a trustworthy and proficient process server service anywhere across the UK and at any time.

If you need a process server Stoke or would like to enquire about our extensive range of private detective services, get in touch with Bond Rees today and speak to a helpful enquiry agent.

How to hire a process server in Stoke

Contact us to hire your process server Stoke or UK wide service using any of the communication options below and a Bond Rees agent will call you straight back:


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 Stoke

Bond Rees have many local branches throughout the United Kingdom providing us with a considerable advantage over our competitors when it comes to enabling a rapid response to short notice or urgent process service needs.

We have a local branch in the city of Stoke on Trent (often abbreviated to Stoke) in Staffordshire in central England, renowned for its historic pottery industry from which we cover the city and wider surrounding areas.

Bond Rees ensure a personal service that can cater for any specific requirements or instruction within our legal service process and accommodate any court proceeding needs or timetables. 

We are a diligent and conscientious agency and always ensure data protection and confidentiality for every case and client and have full professional indemnity insurance in place.

We provide a fixed fee pricing structure that ensures that our clients know in total what they will be paying and what this will cover so there are no later hidden or unexpected costs.

To hire a Bond Rees process server Stoke, UK process server, or ask about our effective private investigator services, contact us today:


Text: 07792 762 511


Telephone: 0800 773 4931

Documents we serve

Bond Rees can serve any legal document to any UK location within required timescales and even at short notice or with urgent need 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
  • Notification documents
  • Legitimate Interest Documents
  • Privacy notice documents or orders
  • Court order
  • Debt order
  • Statutory demands
  • Bankruptcy petitions
  • Winding Up petition
  • Family and children court proceedings
  • Witness summons
  • Occupation order
  • Divorce papers

Our Process

Bond Rees work and process serve 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, including evenings and weekends, so we can deliver your court document or legal papers whatever time you need us, day, or night, to suit your individual circumstance and case. 

Our expert process server agents are experienced and capable with the skill sets to complete service when up against difficult or evasive defendants and the professionalism to deal with any situations of heightened emotion or aggression with diplomacy and respect.

We offer a variety of alternative service approaches customised to your needs and circumstances and the techniques most likely to achieve service in your particular case and this will be fully discussed with you by our Bond Rees advisor prior to you giving consent to proceed.

We keep our client fully informed regarding any pertinent information during the service process and will update as soon as this has been concluded and issue all relevant documentation and evidence to confirm this officially such as a statement of service or affidavit.

In the rare circumstances that we cannot complete service despite all reasonable efforts, we will support in all ways possible to enable next steps such as application for substituted service.

Process Server FAQs

Can someone hide from a process server?

It is quite often the case that defendants attempt to hide from a process server as they think this will prevent proceedings from continuing but this is not the case and there are other methods available if defendants prove evasive such as person tracing or substituted service.

Can you help if I don’t know the whereabouts of the defendant I need to serve?

Absolutely! Bond Rees are the experts when it comes to finding avoidant persons and we offer a fast and highly effective person tracing service that will provide the address of your defendant and enable service to proceed.

What can a process server not do?

It is not permitted for a process server to fore entry to private property, impersonate another professional such as a police officer or court official, or use abusive or aggressive tactics to achieve service.

Can you process serve someone by email?

Process service needs to be conducted in person with adequate proof of receipt obtained to prevent later denial of this by the defendant so cannot be carried out via email.

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