Service of Court Papers | Personal Service of Process | Drop Service
Licensed professional investigators who offer service of process provide legal notice by personally delivering court documents describing the legal action to the individual or corporate representative being served.
Personal process service is one of the most reliable methods of meeting due process requirements. Some process servers offer to provide video as proof of service.
Due to the many variables outside the control of the process server, personal service of process cannot be guaranteed. Should this occur, the professional investigator will contact you to discuss alternatives prior to returning court papers unserved. For example, “drop” service to a positively identified party who refuses to accept delivery is one alternative that’s considered valid service.
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Aikens & Cunningham Investigations
Carl D. Caldwell Investigations
Confidential Investigations and Security
CSI Investigative Services
Eagle 1 Private Investigations
InfoMAX Investigations, Inc.
Integrity Investigations, Inc.
Lake County Civil Process Service
Miller Beach Detective Agency
Patterson Investigation Services
Radde Investigative & Security Agency
Vandermoere & Macke
Our members have been screened and pledge to uphold our standard of ethics.
However, IAPI accepts no liability arising from the use of these services.