PROCESS SERVING - HAMPTON by AREA
Our local agents at UK National Process Servers are based in Hampton Hill Office cover the below locations:
Situated at our Hampton Hill office we daily cover areas and surrounding areas of Hampton, Hampton Hill
Hanworth Hampton Court
At short notice we are positioned to cover the following areas:
Richmond Upon Thames
Kingston Upon Thames
Staines Upon Thames
Sunbury on Thames
The UK National Process Servers is brand under M Private Investigations Ltd
This may be useful for you to know as you may need a trace and locate service to find the person or business to serve the documents.
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Need a little help? If you would like to speak to a Process Server call:
0333 242 0630
The UK National Process Server office is based in Hampton Hill.
This is where our regulated mixed team of male and female process serving agents are based so each and everyday are providing litigation support for our local solicitors, large and small businesses and are always available to give assistance directly to members of the public.
Our tasks are numerous including the professional "Serve" of legal and other important documents.
Once instructed for a Standard or Express urgent serve of documents we attend up to three visits on separate occasions on a fixed fee basis, including at least one out of hours visit in order to serve the legal documents personally.
Regular updates are provided after each visit and once service effected the relevant proof of service for example the Certificate of serve, Witness Statement or Affidavit depending on the document requirement is sent to you.
If you are in a situation where you need to find the person(s) that need to be served with documents.
Talk to us!
We will explain how you can progress with your case.
Call 0333 242 0630
Ready to have documents served?
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Do not delay as sufficient time must be allowed to serve the documents and the defendant must be made aware of the claim so given opportunity to respond.