Stop Losing Cases to Errors in Due Diligence
Any small error in process of service can threaten the outcome of your case in a traverse hearing. By attacking service of process, a defending lawyer can take a single mistake and prove their client’s due process has been violated. At Accu-Serve, we strive to eliminate the risk of losing your traverse hearing by hiring the best process servers we can find and holding them to higher corporate guidelines than the DCA’s strict standards. Whether you need a restraining order, custody hearing subpoena or any divorce papers served, you can trust the professionals at Accu-Serve to quickly serve your defendant.
We Go Beyond DCA Standards for Complete Accuracy
Our process servers all receive thorough background checks beyond industry and DCA standards to ensure that only the best of the best make it onto our team. Not only do we hire servers with extensive professional experience, but we also train them to meet our high standards and hold them accountable with complete monitoring of the entire process. From GPS tracking to photographic evidence of each attempt to serve, you can rest assured that your defendant will be served properly and quickly.
Take the Risk Out of Traverse Hearings
For over 10 years we have strived for complete accuracy in every case, and we have an unmatched success rate in traverse hearings to prove it. We have a national network of reliable process servers who are experts in their local area. No matter what neighborhood or borough your defendant resides in, you can trust us to find and serve them properly.
We specialize in fast local service in all boroughs of New York City, Long Island, Westchester and Rockland counties, where most services can be attempted within 24 hours and same day RUSH service is available for your convenience. We can reach and serve your defendants anywhere with our national network of affiliates or internationally through the HAGUE convention. If you cannot find your defendant, we also offer professional skip tracing services headed by a team of ex-law enforcement officers with years of tracking experience to find them.