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How to Use Professional Process Server Services in UK?

Serving the court documents by yourself can be a time taking task. Not only time but it will call for you to invest a lot of money to track your debtor and serve him. As a result, it’s a good idea to contact experienced process servers or agents who are familiar with a variety of legal documents, such as family law, civil disputes, and personal injury claims, to name a few. If you get a service where all the documents get, collected from your doorstep, served to your debtor and then the service receipt is delivered to your doorstep. Will it not be a comfortable plan for you to get rid of the tedious task?

If this sounds like a plan you can get in touch with expert process servers at Shergroup.

Our Process Serving Services |

It is usually recommended that the documents indicated above to be served by a professional process server to ensure that they are served on time and appropriately. The procedures do not affect process servers. As a result, the proof of service provided by a Process Server will be accorded more weight than a statement made by a party concerned.

It can be difficult to serve a court order or legal paperwork in the UK. Court orders can be served in several ways. Some orders or paperwork can be letterboxed at the address, while others must be delivered personally. Some documents can be letterboxed at the address if a specific protocol is followed.

If the service is not given in accordance with the law, it may delay or result in the dismissal of your case. It is essential that you choose an experienced process server, such as Shergroup, to ensure that the papers are served on time and correctly.

We want to shed some light on explaining what process is serving in this post. Role of process servers and how and when they are used to convey sensitive court documents to a person or business as part of an ongoing legal dispute, as well as outlining specific scenarios that make practical sense of the subject, such as:

What is process serving?

Process serving is the act of hand-delivering court documents to a defendant for their attention, either as part of court proceedings or as part of a dispute with an individual or an entity such as a firm. In England and Wales, the serving process is governed by the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR), which govern civil litigation in these two countries. The service of the process is controlled by various rules outside of this jurisdiction.

As the name implies, the goal of process serving is to notify the recipient of legal action taken against them, as authorised by the court as part of its ‘due process.’ Documents that are severed can include civil divorce processes, notices of bankruptcy proceedings, and statutory claims, depending on the circumstances. In other cases, the paperwork may be provided by the court or as part of a ‘pre-action procedure,’ which requires a claimant to warn a defendant (or responder) of the action being brought against them.

Once the documents have been served, a process serving company will supply you with all of the information. They will also provide you with a Certificate of Service or a Statement of Service detailing which documents we served, to whom we served them, and when, when, and how we served them.

Process serving emphasises the importance of documents provided by agents. Receivers frequently take the problem seriously after receiving official documents.

Who is a Process Server?

A process server is someone who has been trained to deliver court documents and other legal documents to their intended receiver.

Using a process server in the UK instead of postal or emailing documents ensures that the receiver receives the documents and cannot claim otherwise.

Hiring a UK process server eliminates the frequent dangers of mail going missing in the mail and assists in circumstances when the addressee has relocated to a different location.

Our experienced Process Servers will follow your instructions and serve your papers professionally and on time.

our process servers cover all the 105 postcodes in England and Wales, so we can be your single source of service for the following:

  • Serving Writs
  • Serving Summons or claim forms
  • Serving Divorce petitions
  • Serving Court orders
  • Serving Statutory demands
  • Serving Bankruptcy or winding up petitions
  • Serving Family proceedings
  • Serving Injunctions

All work is carried out according to your direct instructions and on a fixed fee basis. Services provided will include |

serving your documents promptly and in accordance with CPR rules

  • serving the papers in accordance with your special instructions
  • ensuring all Data Protection and Human Rights legislation is adhered to
  • keeping you updated at all times and advise you when service has been made
  • monitoring your case to ensure everything is returned to you on time
  • ensuring all statements or affidavits are completed correctly

To instruct our process servers

You can instruct our process servers by clicking on the following link and making a purchase |

Process Serving | Serve Court Documents | Standard Service

Click a photo or scan any paperwork you want to upload into this service, then fill in your details and make your payment. One of our friendly Business Solution Advisors will contact you to check we have everything we need.

If your service is very urgent you can use our expedited process serving service enables, you to instruct us within minutes and know that your instructions are going to be completed within 24 hours.

We can try to provide a same-day service, which may include collecting the papers from you. Prior to getting instructions, we would need to confirm our availability and costs for this work. We will supply you with the relevant declaration or affidavit certifying service once your documents have been served. A concise report will be supplied outlining any issues we discovered or information that may be useful to you.

Using a network of trusted process servers both in the UK and abroad, we can get done what needs to be done in most cases. We will provide you with a Certificate of Service which will withstand detailed scrutiny by a Court if you need to “prove” service. In using Shergroup for your process serving needs you can be sure that we have road tested the service you need. Our process servers are professional and reliable and know-how to ensure “good service” is achieved for any given assignment.


Call the skilled team at Shergroup to explore the best strategy for you if you are ready to bring a claim against someone, whether an individual or a firm, for commercial or personal reasons. We have extensive experience in process serving and our process servers represent clients in all 105 postcodes in England and Wales.

If you don’t have your missing debtor’s address our investigation team can help you in tracing the debtor’s current address and serve him with the court papers. So, we have a lot of experience in finding people who don’t want to be found.

Call us today to kick-start how we can help to serve legal notices on your behalf.

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