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Foreclosure Process Server

Life is completely unpredictable and sometimes that can mean that we’re forced to face certain circumstances for which we’re unprepared, including unprecedented financial struggles. Sometimes, no matter how much you try to plan for the worst-case scenario, it might not be enough and if your finances are in particularly bad shape, then the bank or your mortgage lender might put a lien on your house or order a foreclosure.

Serving Foreclosure Papers

Foreclosures are lengthy, time-consuming, and complex legal matters that should only be handled by professionals. Every last detail needs to be accurate or else your entire case could be invalidated in a court of law. Hiring an experienced and specially trained foreclosure process server from Professional Court Services to serve, deliver, and file your sensitive legal documents assures that the job will be completed correctly and on time. The following is a list of all of the mandatory paperwork that must be submitted in order for your case to be considered valid:

  • Notice of default
  • Notice of acceleration
  • Notice of intent to foreclose
  • Notice of sale (intent to sell)
  • Notice of sale after the property has been sold

At Professional Court Services, we’ll keep you updated throughout every step of the process and notify you as soon as your foreclosure papers are served.

Our process servers can serve foreclosure papers for:

We offer these services for foreclosure cases:

Trust Professional Court Services to Serve Your Foreclosure Papers

If you’re looking for highly qualified process servers who can serve your foreclosure papers anywhere in the United States, then look no further than Professional Court Services. We’ve been serving and processing legal documents for clients nationwide for over 20 years now and our expert process servers are familiar with all of the individual state laws that govern the foreclosure serving procedures. Please contact us today to see how we can help you with your foreclosure case.

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