The most popular Process Server questions.

Top 10 answers about Serving and Preparing legal documents!

1. What can you serve?

We serve anything a registered process server is allowed by law to serve, for example:

  • Summons and Complaints
  • Small Claims
  • Evictions (unlawful detainers)
  • Bank Levy Writs (3/30 Day Notice to Quit)
  • Divorce / Family Law
  • Restraining Orders
  • Subpoenas
  • Legal Notices

2. Where can you serve?

We serve anywhere throughout the United States, and have the capability to serve in many areas outside of the United States.

3. How soon can you serve my document?

As soon as we receive your document, it will be assigned to a process server without delay. To expedite this process, we invite you to email all service documents to process@pi-ps.com - you tell us how soon you need the document served in the email and your email address is then associated with a login and password that will be emailed to you.

4. Are your rates competitive?

Yes! Our rates are hassled free and ethically squared away. $100.00 nationwide and in most major metropolitan areas $50.00. Many clients have had servers in the past gouge them with per attempt fees, mileage fees, etc. We charge one flat fee so that you know what to expect in the end.

5. How many attempts do you make?

Unlike most process service companies that make 3-4 attempts and charge you a fee, we will make an unlimited amount of attempts to get the paperwork served or the paperwork expires or there is NO FEE.  That is what separates us from our competitors.  We have a job to do and do not expect to be paid for not doing our job. 

6. Are your process servers registered, bonded, and experienced?

Yes. All our servers are well trained and carry the necessary licenses to serve. We get the job done right the first time so that you use us again for all your process service needs in the future.

7. What else can Nationwide Process Service and Private Investigations do other then serve documents?

  • Legal Deliveries
  • Court Filings
  • Court Research
  • Document Preparation
  • Small Claims Assistance
  • Document Recording
  • Surveillance and Stake Outs
  • Skip Tracing and Locating People
  • Notary
  • Investigations