Virginia 's Premier Choice For A Court Process Server
Handling Sensitive Information & Serving Subjects Within Hours
Same Day Process is a family business founded by Tony Snesko and his son, Brandon in 2005. Serving the Virginia area, we have a firm commitment to honest, efficient, and reliable service to all of our clients. As the process service industry evolves, we're ready to meet the new challenges by constantly monitoring the latest technologies and innovations so that we can provide you with the best possible services.
We provide same day service and attend to rush filings and last minute requests 24/7. Most documents are attempted and served within 24 hours.
Court Process Server Near Virginia!
A process server should be extension of your firm. Our standard for process server excellence is above the rest; our servers conduct themselves with the highest level of integrity and reliability and we won't tolerate anything less. Our team will train every new server. If they have experience or not we will still teach the methodology and technology that we demand here at Same Day Process.
What is included in your process serving fees?
Our process is all encompassing, no additional hidden fees or extras. Our fees include:
- Due diligence preparation
- Service of process using mobile app-based GPS technology
- Affidavits + reporting
- Filing necessary documents with local courts*
- Electronic billing and online payments
- Access to online client website
- Dedicated client services team ready to answer your questions and provide status updates
Our servers at Same Day Process are vetted by a background check that is a thorough and stringent three level interview process. They then sign a contract agreeing that they will abide by our standards of ethics and to use the mobile app for service completed.
Subjects Of Process Serving
Police Officer Service of Process
Serving police officers is normally a simple process. Most police stations request that we speak with the sergeant and they will readily make the officer available.
Military Base Service of Process
Serving legal documents at U.S. military bases is extremely time consuming and can take days or even weeks for service to be completed. Initially, we are required to speak with the Military Police on base and notify them that we are serving legal documents on an individual located inside the base. The Military Police then connects us with the Judge Advocate General. Once we're granted the authorization to serve the subject, the police will escort us to the person to be served or contact the superior officer of the subject to make them available.
We contact the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) to determine whether or not the police officer being served has signed a PD161 form. This form authorizes them to accept legal documents on the police officers behalf, but only when it is in reference to their line of duty. If the officer refuses to make themselves available after repeated attempts, we then contact the MPD Chief of Police and inform them of the situation. They will contact the superior officer for the subject being served to make them available.
Our goal is to execute every service of process within 24 hours of receipt for our clients in Virginia .