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Process Serving

De Vere Intellica has worked in this area of Litigation Support for 20 years. We understand the importance of flexibility, prompt service and completion of the follow up paperwork. Thanks to our level of service and knowledge a number of leading legal institutions use us to complete this vital element of litigation on a regular basis for both urgent and non-urgent situations.

We provide a flexible process serving service that can be tailored to meet the needs of specific clients or cases and are fully equipped to handle all types of serves throughout the UK and regularly arrange serves in Europe, USA and beyond.

We are experienced in working for overseas clients and ensuring that the documents are served in compliance with the Hague Convention and can arrange for documentation to be notarised and provide an Apostille certificate if required.

Our process server team service a wide range of documents including; Statutory Demands, Court Orders and Injunctions, Bankruptcy Petitions, Winding-Up Orders, Claim Forms, Section 21, Section 8 Notices, Divorce Petitions, Family and Children’s Proceedings.

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Process Serving

Intel Articles

What is a Process Server
June 22, 2021
A Process Server is an individual who serves (delivers) legal documents and provides evidence that the documents were served.
The Hague Convention and International Process Serving
June 22, 2021
The Hague Service Convention is a multilateral treaty that has been ratified by 68 signatories which includes the United Kingdom, United States of America as well as countries in Europe, the Commonwealth and Latin America.
The Electoral Roll
June 22, 2021
We have all added our names to the Electoral Roll and know that you must be registered to be able to vote in elections; however there is more to it than that…
Court Reform in Scotland and the Impact on Debt Recovery
June 22, 2021
The Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014 will be implemented during 2015 through a phased introduction; with the first reforms expected to be put into place from July 2015.

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