"Our goal is to serve you"
We are an agent for Service of Process company based in Broward County, Florida. Our highly trained, experienced certified Broward Process Servers are driven by only one goal---to serve you and your important legal documents! We are regularly servicing Florida state agencies and Florida registered agents, like CT Corporation in Plantation. When it comes to getting your legal papers served in Broward, our track record will show that we are second to none. Dial (954) 651.2999 today, and let us serve you.
"We do the job right...every time"
Our team of Broward process servers will do the job right, on time, every time. We have a very motivated team, ready to serve your legal documents, in a moment's notice. We welcome rush and priority service requests, and assure you that it will be served in a manner regulating the industry and within the time-frame required. We will constantly update you on the status of papers, and guarantee a fast turn-around on all your service requests. Dial (954) 651.2999 today, and let us do the job for you.
"If it can be served, we will serve it!"
Every time we receive papers to serve, we carefully review the accompanying instructions and check the due dates. We make sure that your legal documents, like summons, subpoenas, restraining orders, and eviction notices are served to the person/s on the document in a proper manner. We diligently record the date, time and the address where the papers were served and will provide a detailed written report of every assignment. We will find a way to serve even those persons purposely evading the service of process. This is our commitment. Dial (954) 651.2999 today. If it can be served, we will serve it!
Broward Process Service is an agent for service of process company based in Broward County, Florida. Our team of highly-trained Broward Sheriff-appointed Special Process Servers are covering the following cities: Coconut Creek, Cooper, Coral Springs, Dania Beach, Deerfield Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Hallandale Beach, Hollywood, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderhill, Lighthouse Point, Margate, Miramar, North Lauderdale, Oakland Park,Parkland, Pembroke Pines, Plantation, Pompano Beach, Sunrise, Tamarac, West Park, Weston and Wilton Manors.
In choosing a Process server, people sometimes look at cost as the primary consideration. However, you might end up paying more if you choose unwisely. Here are a few tips to consider choosing your next Civil Process Server in Broward County, Florida.
1. Quality of Serves – Doing a serve correctly and according to the laws that regulate the industry is imperative. The person doing a service of process must have the intellectual ability to comprehend detailed instructions. There are different guidelines for different jurisdictions. (In Florida for instance, the state does not require that the legal document is handed to the individual being served, whereas in California and other states, the documents should be visible when handed down.) If these guidelines are not followed precisely, the service might be voided and the process will have to be repeated. The quality of service by a process server is a very important factor to consider.
2. Experience & Skill Set- It might be difficult and intimidating for an inexperienced process server to serve legal documents. Every situation encountered while serving is unique. A process server is expected to go to unfamiliar and unpleasant neighborhoods, and knock on people's doors; self-confidence and good people skills are important traits. That is why it is highly recommended that you use only experienced, highly trained process servers with a good track record, and with a great skill set for your important legal documents. Having a good skill in investigation is also a major advantage when trying to locate people who recently have changed their job, or transferred to a different address, or might just be trying to avoid being served. Find an experienced process server with the right skill set, and you can never go wrong.
3. Speed & Efficiency – The ability to get the job done within a specific time-frame is very important, since legal documents have to be served by a specified date. A quick turn-around time is what most companies are looking for in a process server. A good process server reviews the legal papers to be served and check if they are completely filled out correctly, signed and with the correct information. In cases when the person to be served cannot be found right away, research using online database and creative search methods to track the person might be required, like asking neighbors, family and former work associates. When the service is completed, a proof of service document must be submitted to the proper courts. All of this must be done within the time allotted, done correctly, and efficiently.