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Matrimonial Service of Process

Reduce Conflict in Divorce Proceedings

Matrimonial legal proceedings are difficult for all parties due to the amount of personal interest and emotion involved. It is impossible for the plaintiff or defendant to be completely unbiased and often, it is ill-advised for them to speak to each other during the proceedings without counsel present as it could lead to unnecessary conflict. As a result, serving process in divorce and matrimonial issues can be complicated. The best way to avoid adding conflict to already tense proceedings is to hire an outside process server to hand deliver all necessary documents, from the divorce petition to notices to appear in court.

Reach and Serve Your Defendant Anywhere

At Accu-Serve, we aim to eliminate any unnecessary risk of conflict by committing to providing the most accurate service of process possible. Any small error in service of process can be attacked by a defending lawyer and prolong or ruin your case. We combat this risk by hiring the most dedicated and experienced process servers in every area and monitoring them beyond DCA standards with GPS monitoring and encoded photographic evidence of every attempt. Our commitment to accuracy in all aspects of service of process has earned us an unmatched success rate in traverse hearings.

Accuracy in Service of Process Guaranteed

Since 1998, we have established a statewide and national network of qualified process servers and affiliate agencies. Each server is an expert in their designated local area, allowing us to reach defendants in neighborhoods and boroughs that other agencies or servers might not go. Most services can be attempted within 24 hours with same day rush services available for your convenience. National and international services are also available, as well as skip tracing if your defendant is difficult to find or in hiding.

If you need to serve a defendant in a matrimonial or divorce case, call Accu-Serve today to eliminate the risk of prolonging your case or adding unnecessary extra conflict.