Our experienced team of nationwide process servers will serve your legal documents, Court proceedings and dissolution of marriage (divorce) applications throughout every region of New Zealand from Kaitaia to Bluff.
Our process servers use their mobile device in the field to confirm service details and send file notes (including photos). This information is uploaded to our secure online portal. Our online portal also records the date, time and location of every successful service and attempted service.
Saving You Time
No more follow up calls, our portal sends instant notifications of all service activities directly to your email. Our clients can access our portal to load their own notes and documents for service, our portal also provides our clients with the ability to view the status of their assignment.
Evidence of Service
We use the latest technology so service can never be disputed! Every service and attempt to serve your legal documents is recorded by our process servers. The GPS time stamp recorded in real time can easily be downloaded for evidence the recipient was served.
What is a Process Server?
A process server (legal document server) is an individual hired to personally deliver, or “serve” legal documents to an individual named in court proceedings.
This service of documents is known as the “service of process”. It is a legal procedure required to give notice to all parties facing legal action.
Our nationwide team of process servers will serve your legal documents as per the rules of service in order for the service to be valid.
We offer a competitive fixed fee for process serving anywhere in New Zealand from Kaitaia to Bluff.
As an independent party, our team of process servers are neutral and not personally involved.
Our experienced process servers have a working knowledge of the legal process and New Zealand Courts rules of service.
Proserve can locate recipients/defendants using New Zealand’s largest network of private investigators.
What is a Process Serving?
Process serving is the service of legal documents on a recipient or defendant. Recipients or defendants who are the subject of legal action must be personally notified, this notification is known as the service of process.
Court proceedings are required to be served personally on a defendant or recipient by a process server (legal document server) within the time frame stipulated by the Courts.
Competitive fees guaranteed!