Service of Process
We are a local investigations agency and one of our professional staff-investigators will handle your service assignment personally; we will not subcontract your service of process request. We are bonded and every investigator on our team is certified and properly licensed by the Chief Judge of the First Judicial Circuit of Florida, which encompasses Escambia County (Pensacola), Santa Rosa County (Milton), Okaloosa County (Crestview) and Walton County (DeFuniak Springs).
Do not hesitate to contact us if you need a legal process server qualified in the 1st Judicial District of Florida. Out of state service and notarized affidavits are not a problem!
We provide professional process serving and skip tracing services in and around the greater Pensacola area including:
Escambia County, FL
Santa Rosa County, FL
Standard delivery rates apply in the cities of Pensacola, Gulf Breeze, Navarre, Perdido, Milton, Cantonment, Ensley, Gonzales and Pace in Florida. Service to Destin, Mary Esther, Niceville, Crestview and Ft Walton Beach may incur some additional service fee but may be waived under certain circumstance depending upon the number of papers and recipients to be served, as well as they type of respondent to be served. For questions and service fees please call us at (877) 363-4887
Our mailing address to send documents for service:
6847 N 9th Avenue
Pensacola, Florida 32504
Alternatively, if permitted in your jurisdiction you can email the documents to be served to us: click here to email us or fax them to us at (877) 761-8264
Please send service fees with documents. Payment for service of process is required up-front. For your convenience, we accept payment via bank transfer, credit cards and even PayPal.
Service of Process defined:
“Notifying a person that he or she has been named as a party to a lawsuit or has been accused of some offense. Process consists of a summons, citation or warrant, to which a copy of the complaint is attached. Subpoenas are court orders which, if properly served, compel the attendance of the witness in court.
The act of providing an opposing party with notice of a pleading or action to assure that the opposing party is aware of the action and is given an opportunity to appear.”