Process Server One serves the legal process internationally in accordance with the Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters. We are licensed and bonded process servers with more than 30 years experience. Our Hague Convention process service methods help cases like yours by serving legal documents while obeying all Hague Convention process service regulations. We serve all legal documents anywhere within the 75 nations partied with the Hague Convention.
We’re a Hague Convention process service company with more than 30 years of experience serving every document you need. As leaders of Hague Convention process service, we live and breathe the local and federal laws that govern your area. We know all the ways to serve legal papers and help you effectively serve anyone located anywhere to begin your case without breaking any rules. We have databases that help us search for, identify, and locate your defendant to serve your legal documents without trespassing or stepping out of bounds on your behalf. Serve all legal documents fast and effectively by working with our Hague Convention process service experts to serve legal documents anywhere.
In many cases, your legal documents must be translated into the preferred language of the nation receiving process service. We will translate documents for you if needed. In some countries, you’re unable to simply serve a subpoena. If this is true for your case, you’ll need a Letter Rogatory and we can also help you with this quickly. Below is a list of documents we serve internationally at fair rates. We know what to do and where to go to serve your documents anywhere today. Here is a list of documents we serve at all 75 Hague Convention countries.
- Small Claims
- Bank Levies
- Personal Subpoenas
- Wage Garnishments
- Writs of Execution
- Restraining Orders
- Evictions & Foreclosures
- Summons Complaints
- Court Filings
- Cross Complaints
- Record Subpoenas
- Probate Matters
- Family Law
All 75 countries benefit from our Hague Convention process service. No matter the size of your matter, there are rules that everyone plays by when taking someone to court. 9 out of 10 users recommend our Hague Convention process servers to their clients, business associates, family members, and friends. Only one mistake can lead to your case being dismissed, so why risk it? Begin by selecting your country from the list below.
As a One-Time User
If you have one Hague Convention process service assignment, follow these short steps:
Step 1 – Submit a process service request online by completing the forms and uploading any related documents at https://processserverone.com/process-service-request/
Step 2 – We will issue an invoice for the work to be completed. Once paid, we begin your process service immediately.
Step 3 – The documents will be served per your request.
Step 4 – After we serve your documents, you’ll immediately receive a Proof of Service by email. Please note, we do not normally file your Proof of Service with the court. If you want this done (for an additional fee) you must tell us at the time you submit your request.
Attorneys, Law Firms, Insurance Companies, and Business Organizations
If you would like to become a client and use us on a regular basis, these are the steps:
Step 1 – Begin by registering an account with Process Server One, and we’ll give you a username and password to access our online portal. We will bill you according to the arrangements made with your office. To create an account with us, visit this link https://processserverone.com/user-registration
Step 2 – Log into our online portal to upload the service documents and any information that helps us serve your documents as fast as possible.
Step 3 – We‘ll begin your process service immediately and the documents will be served upon your request.
Step 4 – After we serve your documents, you’ll be notified by email and the Proof of Service will be available through the online portal for your retrieval. Please note, we do not normally file your Proof of Service with the court. If you want this done (for an additional fee) you must tell us at the time you submit your request.