Welcome to Process Server One. With 33 years of experience in international service of process, 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.

Some courts allow process service by email. Process Server One has access to a system that enables process service by email in certain jurisdictions. Long-term clients and first-time users receive a Proof of Service immediately, which we’re able to file for you at the courthouse. If post-service filing is needed, just ask before we serve the papers.

In order to serve a person that you are not able to locate using the publication method (newspaper or online), there must be proof that your best effort went toward locating the person and if any process service attempts have been made if applicable. In most cases, the standard in-person and substituted service methods are tried first. This is called proving your due diligence to the judge. Process Server One has access to an online legal notice publication platform and can provide a Due Diligence Search at a reasonable cost.

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The Hague Convention on the Service of Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters is designed to simplify the process of servicing process to assure that defendants sued in foreign jurisdictions receive actual and timely notice of suit and to facilitate proper proof of service. For more information on the Page Convention please visit the following resources: