Frequently Asked Questions

The following are some common questions that we receive regarding our services. If you have a specific question that is not listed below, then please feel free to contact us directly and we will be happy to answer any inquiry you may have.

Why do I need a Process Server?

Arizona law requires that a licensed process server must deliver your court documents. This is actually a benefit to you by saving you the time, stress, and money involved in serving your documents.

Can I email or fax my court documents to you?

Yes. These are currently the preferred methods to submit your paperwork. We use technology in every step possible to achieve the most efficient process.

When will you serve my court documents?

Once we receive your papers in our offices, they will go out with our services the next business day. However, we do offer same-day service for an additional cost. We will also make special accommodations for your service if you have detailed information on when and where the defendant can be found.

How many times will you attempt to serve my court documents?

We will attempt each service four (4) times.

Do you charge in advance?

For individuals, payment is expected in advance for serving documents. For our business and legal clients, we invoice once a month net 15.  We accept cash, checks, credit cards (Master Card, Visa, American Express, and Discover), cashier's checks, and money orders.

How do I know when the court documents have been served?

This is where you will see the difference of our service over others. We strive to make sure that you are aware of your documents' status at every stage. We will contact you by email or phone to let you know when the papers have been served. We will also mail a copy of the affidavit of service to you.

What areas do you cover?

Maricopa County, Pinal County, Pima County, Yavapai County, and Gila County.