Welcome to Process Server One. With years of operational experience, we’ve served in countries around the world. Each country has its own unique set of laws and rules. While a process server may be familiar with the Hague Convention and Letters Rogatory, it’s important they’re also experts in the specific country you require service of process. With the experience of thousands of international services in countless countries. Process Server One can handle the service of process globally.

In addition to national process service, Process Server One also offers international process service. Utilizing both the Hague Convention and Letters Rogatory. We can provide supporting information and documentation, if necessary, to assist in getting difficult court signatures, and affidavits, if necessary, to obtain additional extensions of time or comply with court orders to provide the status of a service. Our worldwide network and extensive experience with international process service ensures fast and efficient service for our clients.

Our experience means you get the most efficient service possible at a competitive cost – making international process service less stressful and seamless. Process Server One home office is in California, with a world-wide network of process servers with offices in several countries. No matter your process service needs, Process Server One can successfully handle the service at hand.

Process service by email? Courts allow it? Some have! Process Server One has a patented and proprietary system that allows for process service by email within limited jurisdictions. Our system provides clear documentation the defendant received and acknowledged the service of process. Contact us for more information.

Process service by publication is a last resort method of giving “actual notice” to a defendant when their whereabouts cannot be found. We are the ONLY process service firm in the world with an online legal notice publication system! Process Server One will prepare the Application for Service by Publication, Order, Points & Authorities, and Declaration Re: Diligence Search at no additional cost! Upfront Pricing with No Hidden Fees.

(Note: Do NOT send nor mail to noted address as we cannot receive mail or courier deliveries there. All correspondence must go to our main California office, at the address listed below.)

DECLARATIONS: We provide formal declarations on the status of service upon request, as required by your court, at no additional charge. We subscribe to the U.S. Department of State weekly up-dates on international service of process and the Central Intelligence Agency briefings on social conditions abroad and monitor events within nations that might affect the completion of service. Estimated time for completion of service is subject to change depending on current conditions.

WARNING: Beware of companies quoting suspiciously low rates. They often come back later with an excuse for an additional charge. Our rates are firm for one address quoted. Other companies are brokerage firms or website developers, not process service agencies, who redistribute assignments to companies not knowledgeable or qualified on international service of process.

DISCLAIMER: The information contained herein is provided for general information only and may not be accurate at the time of service in a case or country. Questions involving specific services should be directed to our office. Care should be exercised in choosing the method of service (formal/informal) if eventual enforcement of a U.S. judgment is anticipated in the country where the documents are to be served. No legal advice is intended in the statements contained herein. Assignments for international service of process are accepted on the basis the assigning law firm has researched all applicable laws.

Process Server One and its agents assume no liability for its actions in the course of any phase of the service of process assignment.

What we will need to get it served:

International Service of Process

If sending via email: a PDF version of the service documents combined into one (1) file.

If sending via FedEx, mail, or similar: three (3) copies of the documents to be served.

(Note: all 3 sets can be copies; original documents are not required)

A letter of instructions advising us the defendant’s name, service address, and requested method of service (i.e. formal or informal).

Payment for the service fees in U.S. dollars (we will bill you for the translation costs, if translation is required).

Domestic (United States) Service of Process

If sending via email: a PDF version of the service documents combined into one (1) file.

If sending via FedEx, mail, or similar: two (2) copies of the documents to be served (Note: both sets can be copies; original documents are not required).

A letter of instructions advising us the defendant’s name and service address.

Payment for the service fees in U.S. dollars.

A note about copies: Service documents sent to us for domestic assignments are subject to a $.25/page copy fee for large files (100+ pages).