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Process Server for Serving Child Custody

Serving child custody papers in a timely and precise manner requires a great deal of legal expertise and decorum. Being in an emotional state combined with a lack of knowledge regarding legal proceedings can greatly hinder your case. In turn, getting served child custody papers can be equally demoralizing, which is why it’s imperative to have a qualified legal paper server on your side to take care of the legal formalities.

Serving Child Custody and Support Papers

Professional Court Services offers extensive child custody process services to ensure that all of the needs of our clients are aptly met. We understand that every child custody case is unique in its own right and that’s why we always take the time to closely evaluate the qualifications of all of our process servers before assigning them to a specific case. Custody papers require the utmost of attention and precision when being completed and submitted to the courts. Even the minutest errors can completely ruin your chances of obtaining full legal custody of your child, so the stakes are especially high in these types of cases.

Our process servers can serve and deliver child custody and support papers for:

  • Federal and municipal courts
  • Attorneys and law firms
  • Individuals located anywhere in the United States

Our services for child custody and child support cases include:

Hire Professional Court Services to Serve Your Child Custody and Support Papers

Whether you’re enduring a child custody case without an attorney or even if you have renowned legal representation on your side, Professional Court Services can help move your case along more efficiently by delivering and submitting all applicable documents on your behalf. We have a thorough comprehension of the law regarding child custody in all 50 states and are always prepared to assist our clients in need. Contact us today to discuss the details of your case.

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