All Legal & Court documents Served worldwide / statements taken.
All enquiries carried out by experienced staff with full knowledge of the law.
We provide a complete International UK Process Server Service for all matrimonial, corporate, criminal and civil investigations in accordance with current CPR legislation and relevant rulings. UK Process Servers in Kent are able to serve your important legal documents anywhere in the World, as well as Nationwide in the UK with professional reporting and regular progress updates. We are International Process Servers, with over 2500 Process Servers throughout the UK and World, we are able to take instructions and serve your papers quickly and efficiently worldwide.
We serve ALL Legal Papers WORLDWIDE & UK.
Operating worldwide, we have Experienced International Process Servers available in most countries, so should you require Process Serving anywhere in the world. We accept same-day instructions for service of urgent documents, Carried out by experienced UK Process Servers Kent anywhere in the World.
England & Wales
We are Leading International Process Servers We serve legal documents Worldwide, same day service. our clients include Government agencies, local authorities, solicitors, Global businesses and individuals. Call us today for a fast professional International service
If you have important legal documents that need serving quickly and efficiently, then you can depend on UK Process Servers in Kent to correctly serve your Process on time and as per your instruction following the correct legal procedures.
We will keep you fully informed at each stage and you will receive immediate confirmation following successful service. All documents will be returned to you straight away upon completion.
We offer a same-day service for urgent documents, carried out by specialist experienced International Process Servers in Kent.
We have a dedicated network of International Process Servers throughout the World.
Please contact us if you require any other services. All enquiries are dealt with in complete confidence.
Process Serving defined
The Service of Process is the procedure giving legal notice to a person or company of a Court's authority, to enable them to respond to the proceedings before a Civil/Criminal Court, or a Tribunal. Notice is usually given by delivering the documents (Process) to the defendant to be served, personally, or in the case of a company, the most senior acting member of staff. Should the Court order by ignored, that person or Company may be held in contempt of Court, leading to a fine, or worse, imprisonment. In England and Wales, the rules governing service of documents are contained within Part 6 of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998. Service on a defendant who resides in a Country outside the jurisdiction of the Court must comply with special procedures prescribed under the Hague Service Convention, if the recipient's Country is a signatory.
Services Undertaken Include:
# Assault and Trespass Injunctions
# Bankruptcy Petitions
# Cross-Jurisdiction Process
# Divorce Petitions
# Domestic Violence Injunctions
# Harassment Act 1997 Injunctions
# Landlord and Tenants Injunctions
# Non-Molestation Orders
# Occupation Orders
# Property Related Injunctions
# Residence and Contact Orders
# Statutory Demands
# Statutory Winding-Up Petitions/Orders Witness Statements
# s9 Statements Taken
# Process Serving
# Writs & Summons
# Claims Forms
# Court Orders
# Family Proceedings
With Process Servers and Investigators available worldwide, we have been successful in serving our clients for over 25 years.
Our experienced and fully trained agents are also able to compile detailed statements, so should you need further supporting evidence, our agents will utilise all the appropriate resources to obtain these for you with complete accuracy.
All enquiries are dealt with in complete confidence.
Please see the list of Countries we can serve your documents or obtain statements in:
Hague Service Convention
In England and Wales, the rules governing service of documents are contained within Part 6 of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998.
Service on a defendant who resides in a Country outside the jurisdiction of the Court must comply with special procedures prescribed under the Hague Service Convention.
Whilst we are very aware of the possible problems and complications associated with Process Serving overseas within the constraints of the appropriate laws for that country, our knowledgeable and experienced Process Servers will work with you to provide a service that will fully satisfy the Court of law in any of the specified countries listed.
In addition to Process Serving, there are times when the specialist skills of a Private Investigator may be needed. Whether it's obtaining witness statements, surveillance, tracing or background enquiries to aid our Process Server, we can also assist in these matters using our network of fully trained agents.
England & Wales
We take great pride in our professionalism when it comes to Statement Taking and as specialists in assisting the legal profession, will ensure that we obtain all the facts correctly, keeping you fully updated on our progress.
With full understand of the law and the Legal process, all of our specialist agents have vast experience in the taking of Statements, having a background in both the Military and the Police Service, whilst others come from accredited commercial routes.
We fully understand the importance of obtaining as much relevant information as possible and will record the statement with complete accuracy in order to present the client with the most comprehensive evidence in support of the case in question.
All our agents are trained in obtaining statements in a professional, courteous and tactful manner.
We will attend any location on your behalf to obtain statements or make any other verification you may require. This may be in the form of surveillance, taking photos, making sketches and tracing other witnesses.
Our experienced Investigators are able to conduct all forms of interviews with potential witnesses as well as gathering supporting evidence.
In more difficult cases, we have skilled Private Investigators who are able to successfully trace people where there is minimal information, enabling us to present you with the information that you require.
In most cases, it is almost always possible for our Private Investigators to trace people successfully, even the most difficult to find people who are attempting to remain undetected.
These are the proceedings in any Civil or Criminal Court prosecution, which describes the formal notice or writ used by a Court to exercise power over a person or property. This may be in the form of a summons, warrant, mandate or other demand issued by the Court. The “Process” is usually "Served" upon a person to require them to attend Court.
An “Affidavit” is a formal written statement of fact, signed and sworn or affirmed to be the truth, before a legally authorised person, such as a Court Officer or Solicitor.
Witness Statement or Statement of Truth
A “Witness Statement” is a formal signed document stating the witness’s own account of the facts relating to an issue arising from a dispute. The content of the statement should be limited to the facts. This written evidence can be used to support a case in Court and is a crucial part of the case. Other relevant supporting documents can be included, such as photographs letters and reports. At the end of the “Statement”, the witness will state that he believes all the facts and accurate and true.
A "s9 statement" is taken from a person who has voluntarily given the statement in compliance with section 9 of the Criminal Justice Act 1967
The “Service of Process” is the procedure giving legal notice to a person or company of a Court‘s authority, to enable them to respond to the proceedings before a Civil/Criminal Court, or a Tribunal.
Notice is usually given by delivering the documents (Process) to the defendant to be served, personally, or in the case of a company, the most senior acting member of staff. Should the Court order by ignored, that person or Company may be held in contempt of Court, leading to a fine, or worse, imprisonment.
In England and Wales, the rules governing service of documents are contained within Part 6 of the Civil Procedure Rules 1998. Service on a defendant who resides in a Country outside the jurisdiction of the Court must comply with special procedures prescribed under the Hague Service Convention, if the recipient's Country is a signatory.
UK & International
When making an enquiry regarding our Services, it is import that you include all relevant information.
Please let us know as soon as possible if there is a time limit on serving the documents, as it is of the utmost importance that we receive all relevant information from the start to prevent the possibility of any delays.
If you are using our Statement Taking service, it is important to tell us about the purpose of service with as much detail as possible to enable our agents to obtain the relevant information for you.
If you have any other useful information which is not contained in the documents, please let us know.
It is also important that you check that the name and address of the person to be served are correct before submission to avoid any possible delay, or worse, have your case thrown out of court due to a simple error in getting a name wrong.
Additional Information Requirements
Please include the following information:
All enquiries are dealt with in complete confidence.