WHAT IS THE COST OF A PROCESS SERVER


Prices will vary across the Country. Always be sure to agree on a fee with your Process Server before they make their first attempt at service. Here at Tracenet Legal Services, we provide all of our services Nationwide, for a 'Fixed Fee', starting from as little as £150.00 inc VAT, per service. Discounts are available for volume instructions. Our fixed fee would include the printing of up to 35 pages. All pages printed above that number would incur a fee of £0.10p per page which would be added to the final fee. If a sworn Affidavit is required, this would cost £7.00 per Affidavit. Please note, a Statement of Service, a Certificate of Service or other non-sworn proof of service, are all provided for free as part of the fixed fee. In this way, you are always aware of the full cost of your Process Service, prior to instructing us. We would always recommend that you do not place your trust in a Process Server purely based on a low fee. * When instructing Tracenet Legal Services to undertake your Process Serving cases, you are entrusting a proven 'Process Serving' specialist who can efficiently arrange service of your documents whether locally or Nationally, through a network of professional associates based around the Country. There is no need to spend the time looking for a local supplier in the area of service, instead, we refine the process and provide you with the ability to serve your documents nationally for a fixed fee. If you have important legal process that needs serving then we can definitely help you. Ensure that you carry out your own due diligence by checking Testimonials and customer feedback. To enquire about the fee of your own Process Serve, we invite you to complete our Online Quick Quote Form, Here > Alternatively, you can Contact Us, Here >




WHAT DOES THE PRICE INCLUDE


All of our Fixed Fee, Process Serve instructions, allow for up to 3 separate attempts at service at a single address, along with the necessary Letter of Appointment where applicable. We would endeavour to attempt service within 24 hours of receiving your instruction, normally sooner. Each instruction includes printing of up to 35 pages. All additional pages would be charged at £0.10p per page. Having been assigned with your own dedicated Case Manager, you will then be provided with regular email updates throughout the process. At the completion of 3 attempts, or following a successful service, you will be provided with a signed proof of service or attempted service, by email, after which we will send to you the original proof of service or attempted service and exhibit, by first class post.




HOW DO I INSTRUCT YOU


Instructing us to serve your documents is very straight forward. The majority of our clients instruct us via email, online through our website or alternatively, you can send your documents for service to our administration office. If you would like to talk to us about your instruction first, telephone us on +44 (01202) 375061, or request a call back here > For all email instructions, please send your instruction to enquiries@tracenet.co.uk If you have a single instruction and you would like to instruct us online through our website, click here > If you would like to send the papers for service to us personally, please use the address below and be sure to check the ' Timescales For Service' to ensure there will be sufficient time to complete the instruction : Tracenet Group Limited, Crown House, Wimborne Road, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 1NN Note: For all business to business instructions, we provide 14-day payment terms. For all private client instructions, we would require payment on account prior to starting work.





PROCESS SERVING FAQ

To learn more about our 'Process Serving' Services, please telephone 01202 375 061 or Contact us Here >

Tracenet Legal Services

 

12 Haviland Road

Ferndown Industrial Estate

Wimborne

Dorset

BH21 7RG

Freephone - 0800 254 52 46

 

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