When you’re serving a court order, you don’t need to instruct a process server at all. You could do the job yourself, or ask friends or family to do so. You’ll save money and have the satisfaction of knowing the papers have been served, right? Wrong. There are several very good reasons why instructing a process server makes sense.
You’ll Avoid Complications
Do you want to avoid drawn out legal proceedings or compromising the legal process? Then you need to have papers served correctly. Process servers in London know exactly what’s involved in serving your papers in a timely and legally compliant way that won’t lead to unnecessary delays.
You’ll Follow the Rules
The reason you can’t serve papers yourself is that you’re legally not allowed to do so. Experienced process servers in Liverpool will act within the law, thus ensuring your papers are properly served in accordance with legal procedure. You’ll receive a certificate, affidavit or statement that you can show the court as legal proof that the papers were served in a legitimate and timely fashion. Failure to do so is one of the major reasons that legal proceedings get held up, adding to your frustration.
You’ll Remove the Emotional Connection
Yes, your friends or relatives could learn the legal procedure and serve the papers. But instructing a professional removes the emotional connection between you and the process and can be a first step in moving on. Process servers are highly trained professionals who know what they’re doing and have no personal connection with the serving of your papers. They get the job done on time and in accordance with CPR rules.
You’ll Ensure Your Papers are Served
Process serving in Manchester or elsewhere can be a tricky business. Your process server will know the multiple ways that papers can be served, whether that’s at a home or business address.
At Process Serve UK we employ highly trained, experienced professional process servers who will act on your behalf and make sure your papers are served quickly and legally. Don’t take risks, contact us today to find out how we can help.