If you need legal papers served on a Native American Reservation managed by a federally-recognized Native American tribe, you can count on Process Server One. We understand these areas have their own laws and rules, and are administered not by the states in which their lands are located, but by tribal laws, in conjunction with administration by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs.
With about 325 Native American Reservations in the U.S., many state court lawsuits can require process service on an individual or business located within a reservation. What is permissible on one tribal reservation may not be permissible on another, so it’s important to consult local state and county law enforcement, as well as the tribal court.
Our skilled process servers are uniquely equipped to handle service on Native American Lands. All owe need are copies of the papers to be served; in the case of subpoenas, we also need a case caption and service list, the identity and address of the record holder, and the text of any subpoena language. Because of the formality of state/tribal relations, we also need the handling attorney’s signed and dated subpoena, plus executed copies of any required supporting documents.
We only use experienced process servers familiar with local, state and national laws, ensuring your papers are served quickly and legally within the proper time constraints.