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According to the Massachusetts Rules of Civil Procedure, subpoenas can only be issued by the clerk of court, a justice of the peace, or a notary public...
With the complicated Massachusetts laws dictating how to serve a summons, the surest way to achieve proper service on an individual or corporation...
Professional Constables & Process Service offers “fast, reliable, same day service” for process serving.
Welcome to Professional Constables & Process Service
Anyone who has personally been served with a summons or subpoena knows what a process server is. Others may have an imaginary image of a human silhouette appearing in a flash, stuffing a legal document in hand, and disappearing as fast as he or she appeared. In truth, a process server is a person appointed by the court for serving legal documents or an individual permitted to carry out service of process procedures under the law of this Commonwealth.
Process servers are needed in a variety of legal tasks, such as filing court papers, retrieving documents, serving legal documents to defendants, and serving capiases and making arrests on defendants. Professional Constables & Process Service offers these services in the Wareham, MA and New Bedford area.
If you need a witness to come to court or give a deposition, you can serve a subpoena. As a process server agency, offering both a notary public authorized to issue subpoenas in the state of Massachusetts and court process servers, we can issue and serve your subpoenas in the Wareham, MA and New Bedford and surrounding areas.
If you sue someone, making them the defendant, you must serve a summons. This gives the defendant notice of the lawsuit. You cannot serve the defendant yourself. We are a “fast, reliable, same day service” with professional summons servers available anytime, to serve anywhere in the Wareham, MA and New Bedford area for you.
How documents are served, the timing of the service, and who is authorized to receive the document during the process serving procedure is all critical information in a court case. If a person is not served properly, a case may be delayed or dismissed by this action alone. Depend on Professional Constables & Process Service in Wareham, MA and New Bedford for reliable court process serving.