Government Process Serving
In the midst of a legal proceeding, how can you keep track of all the paperwork? Simple: government agencies, law firms, and individuals use process servers to file and deliver important court documents and other legal documents to the targets they need to reach.
United States government process servers are specially-trained individuals serving court documents and subpoenas in Washington, DC according to the constitution. At present, Same Day Process works for several federal and local government process serving agencies. We have received praise and recognition from many satisfied government attorneys, paralegals, and other staff.
What entities does government process serving encompass?
- Local and federal courts
- Government agencies
- Jails and detention facilities
- Subpoenas/ Summons/ Complaints/ Subpoenas/ Show Case Orders
- Police departments
For decades, Same Day Process has been collaborating with the State Department to serve, authenticate, and legalize documents. We uphold a commitment to accuracy and efficiency as we skip trace and serve process nationwide. We are always looking to bid on new contracts, and we are the number one choice when it comes to service of process in Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland, and nationwide.
To get in touch with a government process server near you, call (844) 737-8331 or reach out online.
Serving Legal Documents: When, How, Why, & Where
Process service is an important component of our judicial system. In order for there to be "due process," all parties must be given appropriate notice of any legal action being taken against them. This information must be officially documented and delivered in a timely manner.
However, plaintiffs are not allowed to deliver papers themselves. They must use a process server. Because they are not a party to the legal conflicts at hand, process servers are able to act neutrally throughout the legal process and help you move the case forward in a safe and productive manner.
If the target is hard to find, we may employ multiple process servers or offer skip tracing to locate them.
Trust Government Process Servers to Handle Sensitive Court Documents
Do you need court documents served to a military base, jail, or police station? Same Day Process can obtain authorization for you and get your documents safely delivered.
In addition to serving papers, we also provide:
- Mobile notary services
- Court filing
- Document research and retrieval
- Social media investigations
- State Department and foreign embassy filings
- Military, police, and inmate service of process
When you're dealing with critical court papers, ensure they make it into the right hands with the help of a process serving agency like Same Day Process. We provide rush same-day service and will do our best to address any last-minute requests you may have.
What Is Included in the Process Serving Fee?
At Same Day Process, there are no hidden fees or surprises. Base process serving fees include:
- Due diligence
- Electronic billing and convenient online payments
- Progress tracker via our MOBILE APP-BASED GPS TECHNOLOGY (Local Areas
- Access to our online client portal
- Affidavits and reporting
- Personal service from our client services team
- Reliable status updates
Our convenient client portal ensures your court documents, affidavits, and skip trace reports are always at your fingertips, enabling you to check the status of your file at any time.
Note: Same Day Process Service, Inc. charges for per address. The client is responsible for providing an address at which we will first attempt to serve papers. Additional fees — such as skip-traces, postal tracers, sting operations, and stake-outs — are not included in the original assessment and quote.
For A Professional Process Server Near You, Call Same Day Process Service
No matter what legal documents you need delivered, trust Same Day Process to get it done in a prompt and professional manner. Legal procedure and process serving laws differ from state to state, but we're always up to date.
With over 75 years of combined experience serving court documents and unique insight as a licensed private investigation firm, our expert government process servers are prepared to tackle any job from coast to coast.
To get a fast, free quote for professional process servers in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia, give us a call at (844) 737-8331 or contact us online ASAP.