As licensed process servers, we serve the 5 boroughs of New York City (Bronx, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island) in addition to Long Island’s Nassau and Suffolk counties. We will serve the court papers, complete the affidavit of service, file it with the court and mail you the original affidavit, to prove that a defendant has been served correctly.
Service of Process in New York City
Our Process Service Includes:
- GPS Tracking
- Updates on Service Progress
- 3 Delivery Attempts
- Real Time Photo Logs
- Email Status Notification
- Emailed Copy of Affidavit prior to mailing.
How Do I Know A Defendant/Respondent Will Be Successfully Served?
Having assisted law firms, civilians and attorneys in New York City we’re capable of serving even the most evasive defendants. That’s because, we succeed where our competitors fall short. As we always make an asserted effort to serve defendants (or an authorized individual) at the best time. Resulting in us having great success serving defendants that other process service agencies were unable to reach in time. Defendants who are willfully attempting to avoid service in a deliberate attempt to delay the process.
When Should I Expect Them to Receive the Documentation?
Depending on the urgency of your suit you could choose any of the following timeframes for delivery:
- 3 to 5 days Standard Service
- 24 to 48 Hours Rush Service
- Same Day Service
For rush and same day service additional fees will apply.
Get in Touch with Reputable Process Servers In New York City
If you need a reliable process server to serve your defendant, you’ll want to contact us. We’ve helped many law firms and individuals in the past serve their defendants timeously, and we’ll be able to assist you as well.
Every American is entitled to due process as bestowed in their fifth amendment rights, this includes receiving notice and documentation about civil suits being brought against them. Giving them enough time to draft a response, and – if required – get legal representation. By law a defendant needs to be served within 120 days after an index number has been filed with the court, if you fail to do this as required your case can be thrown out.
In New York City it is the duty of a licensed process server to deliver court papers to a defendant.