Process Service

Process Service from ARCS Mercantile

By: ARCS Mercantile  15-Nov-2012
Keywords: Legal Services, Family Law, Bankruptcy

ARCS Mercantile can provide effective Process Service of all types of Legal Documents. Our systems ensure service is effected correctly, at competitive rates and by the required date. “URGENT” and “SUPER URGENT - SAME DAY” service can be available if required. Process Services include (but not limited to): Legal letters, correspondence, notice of intended repossession, Statements of Claim (All Local, District, Supreme Courts), Subpoenas, Garnishee Orders, Examination Notices/Orders, Bankruptcy notices, Creditors Petitions (Federal Magistrate Courts), Family Law/Federal Court documents, Local, District, Supreme Court documents. We provide proper Affidavits / Acknowledgments of Service, Affidavits of Attempted Service and Service Reports in a timely manner for all documents as required. If you are an individual person looking for Service of documents (ie: Family Law documents - Application for Divorce etc) we understand that you may not be as experienced and may need assistance. We have provided you with some information to assist you. Click here to View. Don’t hesitate to Contact Us if we can be of further assistance.

Keywords: Arcs Mercantile, Bankruptcy, Family Law, Federal Court Documents, Investigation Services, Legal Services, Local Court, Process Servers, Process Service, Process Serving, Skip Tracing, Statements of Claim, Supreme Court,

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