We are the UK’s leading process server in London. Process servers here at Alpha 1 Legal Services, not only carry out process serving on a national basis, with regional centres in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol, Liverpool, Nottingham, Sheffield, Derby, Leeds & Newcastle effectively covering the whole of the UK, but internationally too.
How to choose a process server?
Check to see if they provide a good service. How many years have they been operating? Ask others in your profession if they have heard of the company or ever used them (recommendations is a great way to find out). How much do they charge? When you hire a process server in London at Alpha 1 Legal Services to serve legal papers, you can be assured of receiving a professional service every time, all the time.
How do I hire a process server near me?
It’s easy, you can call us on the number above/below. Alternatively, you may prefer to email us or indeed complete the form below and send it to us. Our server will contact you and discuss the ‘ins and outs’ of the process and give you the fee (normally a fixed fee). We also take on legally aided work in most instances to serve legal papers.
Every server (who are usually investigators too), here at Alpha 1 Legal Services will ensure they serve legal papers in accordance with the Information Commissioners Office guidelines.
- Confirmation of your documents received sent via email.
- Documents served promptly by our process server in accordance with current Civil Procedure Rules.
- Served in accordance with any special instructions you may have.
- Keeping you fully updated at all times.
- Certificates/Affidavits returned to you in a prompt manner after service.
- Full report (if requested) provided to you detailing service.
What documents does a process server serve?
Here is a list of the typical documents a process server can be asked to serve:-
- Non-Molestation Orders
- Residency Orders
- Freezing Orders
- Statutory Demands
- Bankruptcy Petitions
- Winding-Up Petitions
- Possession Orders
- Notice to Quit
- Occupation Orders
- Suspended Committal Orders
- Prohibited Steps Orders
- Divorce Petitions
- Witness Summons
- Section 8 Notice
- Section 21 Eviction Notice
How much does a process server cost?
Usually, a professional & competent server will cost in the region of £85.00 – £120.00 for up to three attempts at personal service and providing a certificate/statement of service. Give us a call or send an email and we will get back to you with a cost effective solution.