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Special Process Service Overview

We provide prompt, professional process service in Northern Virginia — Fairfax County, Prince William County, Loudoun County, Arlington County, Alexandria City.

Process serving includes an assortment of tasks such as managing legal papers and serving legal documents. The main role of a Process Server is to deliver or “serve” legal documents on a defendant, respondent, other person or company involved in a court case.

There are various rules regarding the service of different documents. Certain documents must be personally served, especially court orders endorsed with a Power of Arrest or Penal Notice. It is the duty of the Process Server to know the rules and bring them to the attention of the individual being served.

Regular Service $85.00

Papers served anywhere in Northern Virginia within 72 hours. Three attempts for personal service. Affidavit preparation and mailing included.

Rush Service $120.00

Papers served same day anywhere in Northern Virginia. Two attempts for personal service. Affidavit preparation and mailing included.

Difficult Serves $85.00 per hours (usually 5.0 hrs. or less)

Process servers use necessary surveillance, investigative resources, and “baiting” techniques to increase the success rate on evaders. Service is attempted at times specified by the client or when there is the highest probability of the individual being present based on pre-serve investigation efforts.

Papers to be served can be emailed to process@interprobe.net, mailed or sent overnight, or uploaded on the request form.

Request Special Process Service

Frequently Asked Special Process Service Questions

What documents do we serve?2022-01-14T12:51:07-05:00

We serve a wide range of court documents related to local, state, federal, and international court cases. We also serve notices and letters that will later become part of a court case. We handle all types of service no matter how complex they may be. We can serve documents anywhere in the United States or internationally. We frequently serve Summons, Complaints, Writs and Subpoenas for members of the legal community and individuals all over the world.

How long does it take us to serve someone?2022-01-14T12:49:52-05:00

The time it takes to serve a subject depends on a number of factors: How easy the person is to locate; if it is a business, has the business moved or is there someone available to accept service. We frequently need to make multiple attempts and we can’t force people to open the door. Our turnaround time for service is between 3 and 5 business days. Once we receive the papers, they go out to our field agents immediately.

What happens if we cannot locate a subject?2022-01-14T12:49:00-05:00

We also offer skip tracing services, which can help find a new address or other contact information for the subject. We use databases that are available in a highly comprehensive interactive database. This database is highly secured, available only to pre-screened attorneys, investigators, process servers and similar individuals. This database is not available to the public and comprehensiveness and accuracy is extremely high, although care has to be taken to evaluate the data. Sometimes even the most thorough search isn’t fruitful. If this happens, we will work with you to discuss other options

How do I know my document was served?2022-01-14T12:48:17-05:00

Once service has been effected, you will get an automated notice that service has been completed. We will send you a notarized affidavit of service that must be filed with the court. Upon request, we will file your affidavit with the court. All affidavits are court compliant. This is an official document that shows that the person has been served. If we are unable to serve a subject after multiple attempts, we will send you an Affidavit of Non-Serve listing all or our attempts and showing our due diligence. This document should also be filed with the court.

What happens if I need immediate service?2022-01-14T12:47:08-05:00

If you need to serve a document to a business or residence on a RUSH basis, we can make our first attempt within hours of receiving the documents for an additional fee. Contact us for more information.

What documents do we serve?2022-01-14T12:45:18-05:00

We serve a wide range of court documents related to local, state, federal, and international court cases. We also serve notices and letters that will later become part of a court case. We handle all types of service no matter how complex they may be. We can serve documents anywhere in the United States or internationally. We frequently serve Summons, Complaints, Writs and Subpoenas for members of the legal community and individuals all over the world

Special Process Service Overview

We provide prompt, professional process service in Northern Virginia — Fairfax County, Prince William County, Loudoun County, Arlington County, Alexandria City.

Process serving includes an assortment of tasks such as managing legal papers and serving legal documents. The main role of a Process Server is to deliver or “serve” legal documents on a defendant, respondent, other person or company involved in a court case.

There are various rules regarding the service of different documents. Certain documents must be personally served, especially court orders endorsed with a Power of Arrest or Penal Notice. It is the duty of the Process Server to know the rules and bring them to the attention of the individual being served.

Regular Service $85.00

Papers served anywhere in Northern Virginia within 72 hours. Three attempts for personal service. Affidavit preparation and mailing included.

Rush Service $120.00

Papers served same day anywhere in Northern Virginia. Two attempts for personal service. Affidavit preparation and mailing included.

Difficult Serves $85.00 per hours (usually 5.0 hrs. or less)

Process servers use necessary surveillance, investigative resources, and “baiting” techniques to increase the success rate on evaders. Service is attempted at times specified by the client or when there is the highest probability of the individual being present based on pre-serve investigation efforts.

Papers to be served can be emailed to process@interprobe.net, mailed or sent overnight, or uploaded on the request form.

Request Special Process Service

Frequently Asked Special Process Service Questions

What documents do we serve?2022-01-14T12:51:07-05:00

We serve a wide range of court documents related to local, state, federal, and international court cases. We also serve notices and letters that will later become part of a court case. We handle all types of service no matter how complex they may be. We can serve documents anywhere in the United States or internationally. We frequently serve Summons, Complaints, Writs and Subpoenas for members of the legal community and individuals all over the world.

How long does it take us to serve someone?2022-01-14T12:49:52-05:00

The time it takes to serve a subject depends on a number of factors: How easy the person is to locate; if it is a business, has the business moved or is there someone available to accept service. We frequently need to make multiple attempts and we can’t force people to open the door. Our turnaround time for service is between 3 and 5 business days. Once we receive the papers, they go out to our field agents immediately.

What happens if we cannot locate a subject?2022-01-14T12:49:00-05:00

We also offer skip tracing services, which can help find a new address or other contact information for the subject. We use databases that are available in a highly comprehensive interactive database. This database is highly secured, available only to pre-screened attorneys, investigators, process servers and similar individuals. This database is not available to the public and comprehensiveness and accuracy is extremely high, although care has to be taken to evaluate the data. Sometimes even the most thorough search isn’t fruitful. If this happens, we will work with you to discuss other options

How do I know my document was served?2022-01-14T12:48:17-05:00

Once service has been effected, you will get an automated notice that service has been completed. We will send you a notarized affidavit of service that must be filed with the court. Upon request, we will file your affidavit with the court. All affidavits are court compliant. This is an official document that shows that the person has been served. If we are unable to serve a subject after multiple attempts, we will send you an Affidavit of Non-Serve listing all or our attempts and showing our due diligence. This document should also be filed with the court.

What happens if I need immediate service?2022-01-14T12:47:08-05:00

If you need to serve a document to a business or residence on a RUSH basis, we can make our first attempt within hours of receiving the documents for an additional fee. Contact us for more information.

What documents do we serve?2022-01-14T12:45:18-05:00

We serve a wide range of court documents related to local, state, federal, and international court cases. We also serve notices and letters that will later become part of a court case. We handle all types of service no matter how complex they may be. We can serve documents anywhere in the United States or internationally. We frequently serve Summons, Complaints, Writs and Subpoenas for members of the legal community and individuals all over the world

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