Here is a list of what we offer our clients and are known for:


  • Accuracy in Reporting
  • Advancing Witness Fees
  • Assured Compliance
  • Dependability
  • Diligence Affidavits
  • Direct contact with processing agent assigned to your service request
  • Email Transaction updates
  • Experienced Process Servers
  • Expert Diligence Search and Locate service
  • Expertise with Locating Directors and Relocated Businesses
  • Free Notarization of Affidavits
  • Images, Photo's, Video and GPS Data
  • Jurisdictional Affidavits and Proof of Service
  • Peace of Mind
  • Professional Delivery and Private Process Service Excellence
  • Proof of Delivery
  • Real Time Updates
  • Receiving documents via Email Attachment
  • Scanning Affidavits before Mailing Original
  • Statutory Services
  • Superior Communications
  • Timely Reports and Paperwork

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    How Long Have You Been Process Serving Writs of Garnishment?

    We have been in the process serving business for twenty-five years. We have served thousands of legal documents and are the most experienced process service company for serving Writs of Garnishments in the Nation.

    What is a Private Process Server and or a Constable?

    A Private garnishment Process Server and or a garnishment Constable is professional legal representative who delivers and serves court documents, notices and demands for attorneys, law firms, private individuals, corporations, business owners, government agents or organizations. Process Servers and Constables serve writs of garnishment in accordance with applicable laws and under the directives of the attorney or law office litigating the matter requiring notification.


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    Are There Rules and Laws Process Servers Follow to Serve Writs of Garnishment?

    Yes, Of course there is! Each state in American has its own rules and laws for serving a writ of garnishment.

    Why Is a Writ of Garnishment Private Process Server Needed?

    Private Process servers know the laws, statutes and regulations related to service of process of writs of garnishment in their area. There are certain requirements and few constraints that are associated with the service of a writ of garnishment.

    What is a Writ of Garnishment Process Serving Service Agency?

    We provide formal delivery and process services mainly on behalf of law firms and corporate counsel. We happen to specialize in serving writs of garnishment but offer many other services as listed below:

    Citation Servers
    Court Filings
    Database records research
    DMV Records
    Court filings and file copy retrieval
    Serve evictions summons and notices
    Assist with finding missing heirs
    Serve and deliver five-day notices
    Serve and deliver any notices
    Serve and deliver fourteen day notices
    Locate people, witnesses and defendants
    Mobile Notary services
    Research US Postal records information
    Copy and Scan Services
    Special Process Server services
    On line and in person public records search
    Arrest and conviction records services
    Serving a Petition for Divorce
    Skip tracing services
    Subpoena service
    Summons serving services
    Stake outs for evasive witnesses and defendants
    Deliver demand letters
    Door Knocking services
    USDC Subpoena Servers
    USDC Summons Servers


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    Does a Writ of Garnishment Private Process Server Need to be Licensed?

    A garnishment process server does not need to be licensed in every state. Many states require licensing however those who are not licensed operate within the professional guidelines and nationwide association and state organizations overseeing the ethics of all Process Servers.

    What is a Proof of Service or an Affidavit of Service?

    A Proof of Service or an Affidavit of Service is a formal sworn statement that your Process Server will provide after service of the writ of garnishment is made. The official document will state who, when, where and how your writ of garnishment was served.

    What is a Writ of Garnishment?

    A writ of garnishment is a means of enforcing a judgment in which the defendant's property (e.g., a bank account, wages, or any debt owed to the defendant by someone else) is to be seized and is in the hands of a third person. A Garnishment is a legal process for collecting a monetary judgment on behalf of a plaintiff from a defendant.

    A writ of garnishment, when properly served, allows the plaintiff (the "garnishor") to take the money or property of the debtor from the person or institution that holds that property (the "garnishee").[1] A similar legal mechanism called execution allows the seizure of money or property held directly by the debtor.

    Wage garnishment, the most common type of garnishment, is the process of deducting money from an employee's monetary compensation (including salary), usually as a result of a court order.


    Wage garnishments may continue until the entire debt is paid or arrangements are made to pay off the debt. Garnishments can be taken for any type of debt but common examples of debt that result in garnishments include:

    What is Legal Service of Process?

    Service of Process is when legal documents such as a writ of garnishment if officially delivered by a private Process Server to the business to whom the legal document is directed.

    Do I need a Garnishment Process Server?

    YES. Hiring a garnishment Process Server is an important step in proceeding with a court case. In some states someone who performs service of process is required by law to be licensed, so if you are in one of these states, the answer to the above question is, definitely - yes you need a Process Server to serve a garnishment! Even if a process server does not need to be licensed in the state where you need service, you should keep in mind that a process server is someone who is experienced in serving legal documents efficiently and in accordance with standard ethics and laws. More importantly, professional process servers are knowledgeable of the legislation surrounding service of process in their jurisdiction, state, county or city.

    SIDE BAR: If the service of your writ of garnishment is not performed in accordance with the law, improper service can hinder the case from going forward or result in the dismissal of the garnishment. We need to get this right and will make sure it is!


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    What is Service of Process?

    United States legal procedure requires that each party in a case should be notified if actions are taken against them in a court of law. Process serving is an important aspect of the Due Process of Law. Process serving laws and rules of civil procedure are different from state to state, and country to country.

    What are Skip Tracing Services?

    Skip tracing is a legal professional term used to describe the process of locating a person or business for any number of purposes such as but not limited to, service of process of a writ of garnishment. The term comes from the word "skip" being used to describe the business or person being searched for, and comes from the expression "to skip town," meaning to depart, perhaps in a rush, and leaving minimal clues behind for someone to "trace" the "skip" to a new location.

    Other than Writs of Garnishment What are the Most Popular Types of Legal Documents Your Process Servers Service?

    * All Legal Documents
    * Child Support Modification
    * Divorce Papers
    * Domestic Relations Court Summons
    * Forcible/Special Detainer
    * Injunction Against Harassment
    * Order to Show Cause
    * Order of Protection / Restraining Orders
    * Petitions
    * Subpoena Service
    * Summons & Complaints
    * Writs