Central Investigations London has been arranging the service of documents for over 30 years. Our second to none service is utilised by private clients, solicitor firms and the courts on a weekly basis. We offer competitive rates on all enquiries. This is usually calculated to include up to three visits, includes all liaison with the instructing client, production of all evidence, Statements or Affidavits, swear fees and report writing. We will always attempt to serve the documents as quickly as possible when received and aim to complete all process serves within seven working days.
Our business has grown progressively by word of mouth over the years.
If you would like to instruct us in a matter please email us on email@example.com . If you would prefer to talk to somebody or your enquiry is URGENT for today, please call on 0207 993 5923 and ask for the Process Serving Department.
What is Process Serving?
Process serving is the formal delivery of legal documents to an individual or company by using a person (the process server), usually instructed by the person bringing the action, their solicitor or directly by the courts to do so and then to provide documented evidence of completed delivery. This may include but is not limited to documents such as prohibited steps orders, non-molestation orders, injunction orders, statutory demands, bankruptcy petitions, winding-up petitions, family proceedings or divorce petitions.
Many of these documents have to be hand delivered to the recipient. If the recipient is aware that documents are being served on them they may be evasive and try to avoid service. Central Investigations London specialises in this type of scenario and have always had a positive result when serving documents on a target. On these more complex occasions there are a number of options open to process servers to complete effective service of the documents. The most common (applicable in certain situations for certain documents) is substituted service. For further advice on substituted service or other means that may be applicable to your situation, please call us on 0207 993 5923, fill out the enquiry form on our contact page or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.