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Legal Process Server

We offer fast, reliable and effective service of process carried out by experienced process servers who will go the extra mile to provide you with excellent service. If you have:

  • Divorce Summons and Complaint
  • Child Support Petition and Summon
  • Child Visitation Petition and Summons
  • Spouse Support Summons and Petition
  • Order of Protection
  • Civil Summon and Complaint
  • Subpoena for Records and Subpoena to Testify
  • Notice to tenant to terminate or vacate premises
  • Demand Letter
  • Civil Citation or Summon
  • Writ of Summons

Within 3-5 business days after receiving court documents and payment, one of our process servers will serve the documents. The notarized affidavit of service will be returned to you or sent to said court. We also offer a 2 day express service if you provide the correct address.

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  • Do you have a location I can come to?

    Yes, we do have a local office for walk-in appointments. We are located at 1201 N. Watson Rd. Ste. 226, Arlington, TX 76006.

  • What does process serving mean?

    Service of process or process serving is a key part of what is known as the Due Process of Law. If any actions are taken against someone in a court of law, he or she must be notified of the fact under US law. Process service is the way that he or she is notified. A professional known as a process server will find this person and hand deliver court documents to them so that they are fully informed. Depending on the court case one is involved in, a process server may deliver subpoenas, summons, complaints, order to show cause, or writs. Each state has its own process serving laws and rules that govern civil procedure. Process servers must follow these laws and rules in order to legally deliver court documents. In most cases, a process server must deliver documents to someone by hand. In cases where this is not possible, “substituted service” may be another option. In this legal process of service, court documents are left with management personnel at someone’s place of business or are left with an adult resident of someone’s home. If service can’t be perfected some states allow the service document to be published in a newspaper or other publication. In these instances, the process server also needs to send a copy of the documents via certified mail.

  • How can I get documents to the process server?

    First, find out if original documents must be served. If original documents must be served, you will need to send the documents to the process server by mail or courier. If not, you will be able to email or fax the documents to your process server. You will want to find out whether original documents need to be served or not so that you do not end up paying for shipping costs.

  • How long will it take to have my papers served?

    Process servers can usually estimate turn-around-time (or TAT). Different process servers have different TAT, although most offer several levels of service. For example, many process servers will offer same day service or rush service, in which a first attempt to serve occurs within 3 days. You can expect to pay more for these speedy services. Almost all process servers offer routine service, which means that an initial attempt to serve your documents will be made within 5 to 7 days after you have hired the process server.

  • Who is Major Paperwork, LLC II designed for?

    Anyone who needs to find a professional, legal process server can use Major Paperwork, LLC II to find qualified, local process servers. Many people can benefit from take .com off and add LLC, including the general public, legal professionals, companies, government agencies, and collection companies. If you need a process server, Major Paperwork, LLC II is a good choice for you.

Contact Us

  • Physical Address:

    3901 Arlington Highlands Blvd, STE 200 Arlington, TX 76018

    Mailing Address:

    P.O. Box 172121, Arlington, TX 76003-2121
  • Local 817-652-2975

  • 817-394-1435