Process of Service

Process Servers in North Carolina

Service of Process is the procedure employed to compel and give legal notice to a person of a court or administrative body's exercise of its jurisdiction over that person. It is the act of personally showing or delivering a legal document such as injunctions, notice of a summons or writ to a person thereby officially notifying that person of a legal proceeding that involves him or her.

Hall Investigation Group can provide this process service to attorneys and corporations that do not wish to wait for local law enforcement to get around serving the document. We service the state, law enforcement only deliver in their jurisdiction. Hall Investigation Group's Process Service is normally attempted within twenty-four hours of receipt of the documents to be served. Rush Service is available and is attempted within hours of receipt of the documents to be delivered.

Proper Service of Process initially establishes personal jurisdiction of the court over the person served. If the defendant ignores further pleadings or fails to participate in the proceedings, then the court or administrative body may find the defendant in default and award relief to the claimant, petitioner or plaintiff. Service of Process must be distinguished from service of subsequent documents between the parties to litigation. Hall Investigation Group's most utilized Process of Service is for subpoenas, summons, complaints, and legal documents, various court papers, and personal letters.

Regardless of the service you desire, if you do not want to wait and depend on the slow and often ineffective service provided by a local sheriff's office, give Hall Investigation Group the opportunity to be your Service of Process agent and serve your legal documents. You will find our service is worth the expense when you consider the excellent service we provide.

Whatever your process serving needs,
Hall Investigation Group can provide you services available 24/7

Call us at (336) 462-4690
or (336) 472-1429

An investigator is available to answer your questions day or night.