Levels of Service
Your papers will be out for service within 3 days guaranteed, if other attempts are needed, these attempts will occur in 2 to 3 day increments. Most of our clients choose this option, as papers are almost always out faster.
Papers will be out for service the same or next day, with subsequent attempts (if needed) occurring every 1 to 2 days.
Your legal documents are out for service the SAME DAY! Above levels of service are predicated on ASAP receipt of papers and payment by noon, otherwise, 1 day could be added. To accurately quote your service of process needs, several factors apply like the type of papers, the area you need service in, what level of service is needed. Contact an ASAP Serve, LLC representative for a quote for your particular needs.
ASAP Serve, LLC is a licensed process serving provider
In the state of Arizona we serve the following Maricopa County and Pinal County Cities: Aguila, Anthem, Apache Junction, Arlington, Avondale, Ahwatukee, Black Canyon City, Buckeye, Carefree, Cashion, Cave Creek, Chandler, Chandler Heights, Desert Hills, El Mirage, Fort McDowell, Fountain Hills, Gila Bend, Gilbert, Glendale, Gold Canyon, Goodyear, Guadalupe, Higley, Laveen, Litchfield Park, Mesa, Morristown, New River, Palo Verde, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Phoenix, Queen Creek, Rio Verde, Scottsdale, Sun City, Sun City West, Sun Lakes, Surprise, Tempe, Tolleson, Tonopah, Tortilla Flat, Waddell, Wickenburg, Wittmann, Youngtown.
AUTHORITY OF A PRIVATE PROCESS SERVER IN ARIZONA:
ARS §11-445(I): Private process servers duly appointed or registered according to rules established by the supreme court may serve all process, writs, orders, pleadings or papers required or permitted by law to be served before, during or independently of a court action, including all such as are required or permitted to be served by a sheriff or constable… A private process server is an officer of the court… A private process server may charge such fees for services as may be agreed on between the process server and the party engaging the process server.