same day

For cases that are time critical, we offer an urgent same day service of Court Proceedings across the UK

25 years of experience

We are an established company having served over 15,000 legal documents to date

single contact

A single point of contact ensures that the process of instructing is as simple and straightforward as possible

legal aid

We undertake Legal Aid process serving at Legal Aid rates. Our invoices comply with Legal Aid Agency requirements.

 

fixed fee

We will serve your documents for an agreed fixed fee, including up to three visits to the supplied address

immediate quote

We won’t be beaten on price and guarantee a prompt, efficient and professional service

With our 25 years’ experience in the industry we are proud to say that we are the ‘go-to’ process servers for a large and ever-increasing number of solicitors’ firms in the region – and across the country. Not only solicitors – we have as our valued customer’s local authorities, private companies, local authorities, financial institutions, vehicle dealerships and private individuals.

What is a ‘process server’ or ‘process serving’? What does ‘serving court papers’ actually mean? Using legal speak, the ‘good service of court process’ is, in a nutshell, the procedurally correct delivery of court papers to a designated recipient (whether an individual, a business, or public authority and whether a party to the proceedings or a third party), to the satisfaction of the court that has jurisdiction.

There are specific and complex rules about what constitutes proper service. With our expertise our experienced and professional process servers will always ensure papers are served to the satisfaction of the court.

 

tailored to your needs

We will work to your process server requirements and timescales. We can accept your process serving instructions by phone, email, fax or post. We will respond to the degree of urgency. We can arrange collection of the papers from your office. We can file papers with third parties, for example the police or Home Office. We can file proof of service directly with the court, should you wish.

 

urgent service

We know that with some cases of process serving time is of the essence. We offer a same day process server urgent service where we have the capacity and logistics to ‘drop everything’ to attend to your case.

 

proof of service

We have the experience and knowledge to ensure that the documents required by the court to prove good service are correct. This may be a Statement of Service, an Affidavit, or proof of service in a prescribed form.

 

nationwide reach

We are based in the middle of the UK and so are ideally located to ensure a quick and efficient process server service to all parts of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.

 

international reach

We are frequently asked to arrange service of papers abroad. And we do, with a very high success rate. However, do allow for more time for the job to be done!

 

our fees

We know you prefer us to quote you beforehand for the precise cost of the job. Once you have provided us with your process server requirements, we will give you a quote which we will never exceed without getting your approval beforehand. Our fee structure is simple and clear, and so there will be no nasty surprises.

 

legal aid

Of course we are happy to accept your instruction if your client is legally aided. For more information please click here.

 

technical

We think we are unique in having an in-house solicitor as a consultant who can help us – and you – if any legal technicalities arise that need resolving in the course of our work for you. Just ask; we will be pleased to help.

legal documents successfully served

‘We have always been extremely impressed with the professionalism and by the level of ongoing communication that we have received for each of our cases.’

A Person Company

How can we help you?

Legal Services Inc has been established since 1992 and has developed a strong customer base from referrals and recommendations through our network of solicitors, private clients, local councils, banks, public / private companies, insurance and finance firms, employers and other private investigation firms.