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Plantation Process Server

A single platform to save legal teams loads of time. Create serve requests across all 50 states and follow progress with live updates, keeping track of everything along the way.

Specialists in Serving CT Corporation System and NRAI Services Inc. in Plantation, Florida

Specialists in Corporate Creations in Palm Beach, and Corporation Service Company in Tallahassee

Our expertise

We offer clients an array of litigation support services from service of process and court filing to skip tracing nationwide. Call us at +1 (786) 682-2938 today and discover the difference!

  • Serving Summons, Alias Summons & Pluries Summons
  • Serving Complaints, Petitions, Motions, Notices, Interrogatories, Orders
  • Serving Mortgage Foreclosure Complaint and Lis Pendens
  • Serving Subpoena for Deposition, Subpoena for Hearing, Subpoena for Trial, Subpoena Duces Tecum
  • Serving Writ of Garnishment, Writ of Replevin
  • Serving Eviction Summons, Residential and Commercial

Nationwide Network of Professional Plantation Process Servers built around your case to provide fast and reliable service to serve your legal documents.

We ensure your documents are in order, provide person-to-person delivery and safety in the knowledge that your documents were successfully delivered.

Package delievery other than documents, we can help, any courier service, anytime.

Provide comprehensive reports about individuals who dont want to be found – real estate, criminal history, contact info.

Sign any documents virtually, notary services provided.

Process Serving Rates

Routine Service* – Within 3 days first attempt

  1. CT Corporation / NRAI – $40
  2. Broward County – $55
  3. Miami/Palm Beach County- $60
  4. Other Florida Counties- $80
  5. Out of State- $150

Rush Service* – Within 24 hours first attempt

  1. CT Corporation / NRAI – $60
  2. Broward County – $90
  3. Miami/Palm Beach County- $100
  4. Other Florida Counties- $125
  5. Out of State- $200

Same-Day* – Same Day Attempt, will reattempt same day if need

  1. CT Corporation / NRAI – $80
  2. Broward County – $125
  3. Miami/Palm Beach County- $140
  4. Other Florida Counties- $150
  5. Out of State- $250

*All Rates are subject to change

About Us

Nationwide Process Service company founded in 2018 with main location in Plantation, Florida, Broward County. Service in all 50 states and international.

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What our clients say


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“Mike and his team have been lifesavers for me on more than one occasion. Not only have they been attentive to our needs and time sensitivities, but they are also very communicative. If there is something delicate or complicated, I was called right away. I never wonder about the status of my serves or if they could handle anything I throw at them. I use them for any case at any time in any state.
Martin Wheeler
Attorney - Wheeler Law
“Mike gets the job done! I rely on them for process serving, case sign-ups, mobile notary services, court filings, and for finding difficult to locate defendants. They promptly respond to and confirm requests. During the pandemic, they were extremely helpful in getting tasks completed and in serving process. Their team is courteous and a pleasure to work with.”
Mark Hudson
Case Manager, Loop Law


How Does a Plantation Process Server Work?

A Plantation Process Server is an essential component of the legal system, responsible for ensuring that legal documents and court orders are delivered to the intended recipients. The process server plays a crucial role in the legal process, as their job is to provide notice to individuals involved in a legal case. The plantation process server works by locating the individuals to be served and delivering the necessary documents in a timely and efficient manner.

The first step in the process is for the plantation process server to receive the documents that need to be served. These documents can include subpoenas, summonses, complaints, or other legal papers. Once the plantation process server has received the documents, they must carefully review them to understand the specifics of the case and determine who needs to be served.

Next, the plantation process server must locate the individuals to be served. This can sometimes be a challenging task, as individuals may try to avoid being served. However, the plantation process server is skilled at tracking down individuals and has access to resources that can help them locate people who may be difficult to find. They may use public records, databases, or even surveillance techniques to locate the intended recipients.

Once the plantation process server has located the individuals, they must serve them with the legal documents. This typically involves delivering the documents directly to the individual, although it can also be done by leaving the documents with a family member or another authorized person if the individual is not available. The plantation process server must ensure that the documents are served according to legal requirements, which may include obtaining a signature from the recipient or following specific rules for service.

After serving the documents, the plantation process server must provide proof of service. This is typically done by completing an affidavit or other legal document that details when, where, and how the documents were served. This proof of service is crucial in legal proceedings, as it provides evidence that the individual was properly notified of their involvement in a case.

In conclusion, a Plantation Process Server plays a vital role in ensuring that legal documents are properly delivered to individuals involved in a legal case. They are responsible for locating individuals, delivering documents, and providing proof of service. The plantation process server’s expertise and knowledge of legal procedures make them essential in the legal system.