Find West Virginia Process Servers who Serve Notices, Demands, Subpoenas and Court Documents and Guarantee Lowest Fee Quotes and On Time Services.
Process Servers in West Virginia are adept at providing a wide range of process serving and subpoena delivery services. They will tackle all of your process service needs anywhere in West Virginia. All Process Servers provide real time status reports with details of their efforts and will provide a notarized proof of service (affidavit) immediately upon completion of service. Process Servers you find in our directory will make up to a minimum of three attempts, at one address, to deliver and serve your documents at no extra charge.
If a West Virginia Process Server encounters an unexpected challenge attempting to serve your papers, they will provide you a detailed status report immediately. Process Servers in West Virginia offer same day service, rush service, covert services, stake outs, specialized assignments and prearranged service plans.
Service of process services in West Virginia most frequently performed are serving lawsuits, notices, demands and subpoenas. Each service involves every aspect of the pre legal and formal legal process.All civil process services are to any person or business located in West Virginia and throughout all counties, cities throughout West Virginia
To get a quote for process serving service in West Virginia, please click on the "Get a Quick Quote" Link above. You should receive a response within minutes, not hours.
West Virginia Process Servers Provide Attorney and Paralegal Support Services:
Here is a List of the Most Popular Services Provided by Process Servers Listed in our West Virginia Directory:
- Attorney Copying Case File and Court Docket Sheet Services
- Service and Delivery of Cease and Desist Orders
- Serve a Respondent Child Custody Documents
- Child Visitation Summons
- Circuit Court Actions
- Civil Court Actions
- Collection Letters
- Corporations & Municipality Notification Letters
- County Court Notices, Courtesy Copy Letters
- Couriers and Record Retrieval and Copy Services
- Court Order
- Court Researchers, Delivery and Scan Services
- Delivery of Courtesy Copies of Legal Documents
- Delivery of Demand Letters
- Delivery of Notifications
- Demand Letter delivered or posted
- Demand for Payment
- District Court Actions
- Divorce Modification Actions
- Divorce Summons and Complaint
- Domestication of Judgment and Subpoenas.
- Due Diligence Affidavits and Services
- Evictions Summons
- Family Court Orders
- Federal Court Actions
- Five Day Notice to Tenant
- Foreclosure Summons
- Fourteen Day Notice
- Hold Over Petition and Notice
- Landlord Tenant Actions and Notices
- Legal Messengers Pick up and deliver legal documents
- Lis Pendens
- Matrimonial Orders
- Modification Orders
- Non Payment Petition and Notice
- Notice of Claim
- Notice of Delinquency
- Notice of Motion and Motion
- Notice of Pendency
- Notice Terminating Tenancy
- Notice to Cease and Desist
- Order of Protection
- Order to Show Cause
- Order to Show Cause
- Out of State Legal Actions
- Paternity Summons and Petition
- Records, Witness, Custodian of Records, Duces Tecum, Medical Records, Financial Information and Telecommunication records
- RJI Orders
- Service of a Summons, Orders, Writs, Petitions and Citations
- Service of Divorce Documents
- Service of Evictions
- Service of Foreclosure Actions
- Service of Modification Documents
- Service of Subpoenas
- Skip trace, Locate and find missing or difficult to contact people
- Small Claims Proceedings
- State Court Actions
- Statement of Claim
- Subpoena Ad Testificandum
- Subpoena Duces Tecum
- Subpoena Process Servers
- Subpoena Service
- Summons & Complaint
- Summons & Petition
- Summons and Complaint
- Superior Court Actions
- Supreme Court Actions
- Termination of Employee
- Termination of Tenancy
- Thirty Day Notice to Tenant
- Three Day Notice to Tenant
- U.S.D.C. Special and Private Agents
- United States District Court Process Servers
- U.S.D.C. Bankruptcy Subpoena
- U.S.D.C. Subpoena
- U.S.D.C. Summons
- Writ of Garnishment
To get a quote for Process Serving Services in West Virginia, please click on the "Get a Quick Quote" link above. You should receive a response within minutes, not hours.
Who Do our West Virginia Process Servers Serve Court Documents To?
Listed West Virginia Process Servers target Defendants, respondents, witnesses, corporate defendants, corporate records custodian, businesspeople, registered agents, directors, trusts, heirs, third party plaintiff, third party defendants, adverse parties, judges, attorneys, athletes, government officials, debtors and anyone who is party to a lawsuit or a witness to litigation.
As you consider your process service needs and hiring a West Virginia Process Server, regardless who you select, you can count on any and all listed Process Servers to be there for you every step of the way.
What Do We Consider Service of Process in West Virginia?
Anytime a lawsuit is filed and issued by a court is brought against a defendant, that person has a legal right to defend her/himself. Therefore, when you ask a Process Server to perform service of process services in West Virginia (or anywhere) they take the first very important legal step on your behalf. Process Servers who deliver and serve your documents to the defendant in West Virginia will inform him or her of the impending court case or matter commanding an appearance or a response. Process Servers acknowledge and understand the significance of proper service of process in West Virginia must be satisfactorily completed and meet all legal requirements before the case can proceed.
Service of Process in West Virginia also applies to serving and delivering Subpoenas. Proper service of a subpoena is critical legal proceedings as it is a subpoena that compels a witness to appear or produce evidence that is essential to the case. Process Servers view service of a subpoena as important as a lawsuit and make every effort to assure witnesses and or individuals in a representative capacity are served properly and within the time frame required by the required date, courts deadline, and or trial date.
Methods of Serving and Delivering Legal Process in West Virginia
Process serving services in West Virginia is the act of delivering and serving a court issued summons, citation, writs, orders and other relevant documents to those who are party to a legal dispute. Process Servers perform services in West Virginia every day of the year except Sundays and legal holidays. They know their successful service of process service is an important part of the legal system, providing both sides with the opportunity to present their side of the story in a court of law. Consequently, there are specific laws and procedures that guide the act of serving process in West Virginia. Many of these regulations are statutory laws and are governed by the Rules of Civil Procedure of the issuing jurisdiction are concerned with the method in which legal documents are served.
List of the Most Popular Methods of Service of Process in West Virginia:
Personal and In Hand Process Serving and Document Delivery in West Virginia
The best means of serving process is personal and in hand delivery of the legal documents. This is generally accomplished by Process Servers visiting the recipient's home or workplace in West Virginia.
The intended recipient may be reluctant to receive process. In this case, your West Virginia Process Server may need to employ such tactics as a surprise appearance, serving the papers in an unusual location within West Virginia. Again, the Process Server is governed by federal, state and local laws as well as civil rules of procedural regulations.
Allowable Places, Times and Locations for Process Serving in West Virginia
In some jurisdiction's such as West Virginia you may serve the paperwork at any time, in any location. However, special rules apply in some areas outside of West Virginia. You may not be permitted to serve someone who is traveling to or from court or deposition. You may not be able to serve papers on Sundays, although sometimes Sunday delivery is restricted only at the person's home. Election Day and holidays may also be off limits.
Regulation of Process Servers in West Virginia
Some jurisdictions in West Virginia require a Process Server to be licensed and/or bonded. Some areas may even permit a Process Server to carry a weapon for self defense. Some locations provide Process Servers with a laminated ID, although use of the ID may itself be governed by a series of procedural regulations. Before hiring a Process Server, it is very important that you understand all of your jurisdictions laws, rules and regulations. Failure to properly follow guidelines of proper service of process may jeopardize and seriously delay your case, or even cause you to be personally sued or prosecuted. We will make sure your service is properly handled and will comply with all laws.
Substituted or Suitable Age Person Service in West Virginia
If or when a West Virginia Process Server is unable to hand deliver the paperwork to the intended recipient in person, some jurisdictions permit process to alternately be served upon a co resident who resides with the recipient full time and is of legal age and discretion. In some areas, when substitute or suitably aged service takes place, an exact copy of the papers must also be mailed to the intended recipient.
Generally, substituted service in West Virginia is only permissible if the Process Server can demonstrate that the recipient was unavailable for service. He or she must also be able to show a reasonable expectation that the substituted service would be satisfactory. There are some exceptions, however. In some states such as Michigan and Texas there are specific rules that substitute service is prohibited until numerous attempts have been made and an order from the court is issued allowing substituted service and or even posting the service.
To get a quote for process serving services in West Virginia, please click on the "Get a Quick Quote" link above. You should receive a response within minutes, not hours.