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PROVO PROCESS SERVICE FOR PROFESSIONAL DELIVERY AND QUICK RESULTS

Standard

$40
$40
  • First attempt within 3 days
  • 30 days or less to completion
  • 4 attempts
  • Notarization for $5
  • Our basic service

Priority

$76
$76
  • Next day first attempt
  • 10 days or less to completion
  • 4 attempts
  • Notarization for $5
  • Tracked daily

Rush

$99
$99
  • Same day first attempt
  • 4 days or less to completion
  • 5 attempts
  • Notarization included
  • Includes 1 hour of time Good for ambush serves

Guaranteed

$199
$199
  • Same day first attempt
  • Completed ASAP
  • Unlimited attempts
  • Notarization included
  • Serve guaranteed if target is alive and living in Utah

Legal process service can be required in many court-related situations in the Provo, Utah, area. Process service means the delivery of legal papers to people who have a right to them, such as the defendants in a newly filed lawsuit, the opposing party in a divorce or the alleged debtor or wrongdoer in a small claims court proceeding.

Wasatch constables perform all the process service delivery for the Ogden City Justice Court prosecutors and for many private clients, particularly in the Provo-Orem area. We are fully certified and sworn peace officers, so can deliver your legal papers legally, on time, and with professionalism and courtesy.

DOES YOUR CASE REQUIRE SERVICE OF PROCESS?

Many kinds of civil cases require the plaintiff or original person bringing the action to use a process server to transmit documents such as complaints to notify the opposing party of the lawsuit. A complaint is the legal name of the first document filed in Utah District Court cases.

Process service can also be required after a case begins, for things such as calling witnesses to the stand and gathering evidence by way of subpoenas. In fact, the laws relating to the Fifth Amendment and Fourteenth Amendments related to due process require that all court documents be shared with both parties throughout the case. However, hiring a Provo process server is usually only required at the beginning because thereafter, attorneys will transmit documents to one another directly or by courier.

WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT FROM A PROCESS SERVER?

The first and most vital duty of a process server is to deliver your documents in person and on time, according to each court’s rules of procedure. In most cases, an attorney will know the deadlines and can direct our process servers to deliver by that date. In fact, we guarantee on-time delivery because our officers are trained in finding the subject, approaching them in a non-intimidating way, and following all laws in the process, including those related to trespassing, assault and arrest.

PROVO PROCESS SERVICE EXPERTISE

You also need your Provo process server to understand the courts and the local area as a means of completing timely process service delivery. Our officers live and work on the Wasatch Front and are very familiar with the address systems and how they change in different municipalities, including not only Provo but also Orem, American Fork, Lehi and beyond.

Furthermore, our process servers are well-versed in the various courts and the legal requirements related to each. Most cases in Provo will originate in the Utah Third District Courthouse at 125 North 100 West in downtown Provo, including complaints, requests for relief, divorces, child custody cases, wills and trusts and more. An important exception is small claims cases, which are filed in the justice court of each municipality. Process service in these low-dollar-amount cases must be completed within 30 days.

WASATCH CONSTABLE GUARANTEE ON-TIME PROCESS SERVICE

The Wasatch Constables charge based on location, and the good news is that the Orem and Provo area is eligible for our lowest price tier. Next, we calculate your costs based on how quickly we need to process serve your documents compared to the time we receive them. When we agree to serve a specific document on time, we can guarantee that we will do so. That way, you can be sure your case will never be delayed or dismissed due to improper service. Call today at 801-392-9400, chat with us online or fill out the digital contact form on this site with questions or to have documents served on a short time schedule.