The legal process is a headache to go through - but if you're going to do it, you need to do it right.
The legal process can be a real headache, and it's understandable if you're feeling overwhelmed and stressed. But if you're going to go through with it, you want to make sure you do it right.
After all, the outcome of your legal matter can have a significant impact on your life. When you hire us, you can expect a smooth and efficient process from start to finish. We'll handle all aspects of the process serving, including delivering the documents to the appropriate individual in a timely and accurate manner.
Plus, you can trust us to handle your process serving needs with the utmost professionalism and confidentiality.
We'll help ease the headache of going through the legal process so you can focus on what really matters.
Why Choose Us for Process Serving?
Hiring a professional process server for a legal matter can bring peace of mind and help the process run smoothly. We can quickly and accurately deliver your documents, taking away any worry while you handle legal matters.
Focus on what matters
With your process serving needs taken care of, you can focus on your legal matters.
Prevent legal issues
We do things right, so you don't need to have any unnecessary stress.
Make informed decisions
Our simple to understand reports, let you make informed decisions.
Why are our clients so happy?
"Nicholas was an extremely professional private investigator. Very easy to interact with and a highly experienced investigator. Fast, reliable, competitively priced and provided regular updates on the progress of the job. Fantastic service and I highly recommend!!"
What will you get?
A process server has the necessary skills to quickly find people during court summons.
If documents are not served properly, it can affect the outcome of a case.
Process servers are reliable and will make multiple attempts to serve the documents if necessary.
In some cases, serving legal documents can be dangerous. We take that potential danger away from you.
Proof of Service
We provide proof of service, which is a legal document that confirms the documents were properly served.
Process servers are trained to handle sensitive legal documents and serve them in a discreet and respectful manner.
What's the process?
Here is an overview of the what you can expect when you hire INSIGHT Investigative Services for your process serving needs.
We will work with you to understand your specific needs and tailor our services to meet your requirements.
We will handle the delivery of the documents to the appropriate individual in a timely and accurate manner.
We will keep you informed every step of the way and provide updates as needed.
We will provide you with a report detailing the findings and evidence gathered from the investigation
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a process server?
A process server is a professional who is responsible for delivering legal documents to individuals in a timely and accurate manner. Process servers play a crucial role in the legal system, as they ensure that legal proceedings can move forward smoothly by properly serving legal documents to the appropriate parties.
What are the fees for hiring a process server?
The fees for hiring a process server can vary depending on a number of factors, including the location of the service, the complexity of the case, and the time frame for service. Some process servers charge a flat fee for their services, while others may charge by the hour or by the mile.
Can a process server provide evidence of service in court?
A process server can provide evidence of service in court. When a process server serves legal documents, they are typically required to provide proof of service, such as a signed affidavit or certificate of service. This document serves as evidence that the documents were properly delivered to the appropriate individual.
Are process servers licensed and regulated?
In Victoria, Australia, process servers are required to be licensed and regulated by the state government. According to the Sheriff's Office of Victoria, process servers in the state must hold a current private investigator license and must also be registered with the Sheriff's Office as a process server.