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Eviction Notice Process Server

Serving an eviction notice in the United States can be a complex legal matter because there are a lot of provisions that must be taken into account and followed precisely. Since these types of cases are very time-sensitive and require in-depth knowledge of specific state laws, it’s in your best interest to hire an eviction process server to take care of this matter for you.

Serving Eviction Papers

Notices of eviction must be delivered and served in a timely manner to the correct recipient. Otherwise, improper service of legal eviction documents can actually work against the landlord’s case and benefit the tenant instead. The tenant then has the upper hand because they can claim that they didn’t receive the papers within the allotted timeframe to vacate the premises.

Despite the fact that in most states, the person hired to serve an eviction notice can technically be anyone over the age of 18 who’s unrelated to the case, it’s always best to hire a professional, courteous, and knowledgeable process server for the job who’s capable of following proper instructions and procedures.

Our eviction notice process servers can serve and deliver documents for:

  • Attorneys and law firms
  • Courts
  • Individuals located throughout the United States

We offer the following services for eviction cases:

Rely on Professional Court Services to Serve Eviction Notices for You

Looking for experienced process servers to serve eviction papers in Texas and other parts of the United States? At Professional Court Services, we understand that it’s not always easy for a landlord to be forced to evict one of their tenants and sometimes these types of cases can be ripe with complexities that require special attention. Contact us today to see how we can assist you with your case.

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For legal advice, readers should contact a licensed attorney and consult the appropriate documentation for information on individual state laws.