The process server is an important logistical component in the legal system. Serving as a kind of middleman between agents, they are crucial connectors. Without these folks, the wheels of justice might just freeze up.

What Is a Process Server?

A process server is a person that has been trained to find a person and deliver to them a notice of legal action that is being taken against them. Their essential objective is to ensure that the person in question has been knowingly served.

How Do You Hire a Process Server?

The best way to hire a process server is to research servers in your area, reach out to them and inquire about quotes and service options. The national average cost of retaining a process server is between $45 and $75. Be careful of hidden fees, such as mileage preparing affidavits or notary.

When you engage a process server, you will provide both the salient documents as well as information about the defendant. A good serving agency will take care of all of your document needs when you submit them as well as finding and serving the defendant.

Contact us at Arizona Quick Serve to help you with all of your process server needs. We have over 20 years experience and our people are vetted to make sure that we handle your important business as though it were our own.