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What is a process server in OKC from your private detective agency in Stillwater, OK?

A process server in Oklahoma is a disinterested party who is licensed by the courts to serve civil process on other individuals, businesses, and governmental agencies. A process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma goes through a licensing process and must follow the Oklahoma Rules of Civil Procedure. Every process server in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma must have statewide license as a process server in Oklahoma. A process server in Seminole, Oklahoma has the official legal title “officer of the court”.


Does a process server in Oklahoma at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma have to be bonded and/or insured?

According to the laws in the State of Oklahoma, a process server in Muskogee, Oklahoma has to carry a $5,000 bond from a private surety company like Sherman Humes. A process server in OKC is not required to hold other insurance, though it is advisable for every process server in Edmond, Oklahoma to carry professional liability insurance. Requirements for each process server in Enid, OK in other states and jurisdictions vary. Please contact our private investigation agency or check with your local court clerk for requirements for a process server in Ardmore, OK for these areas.


How may I effect proper civil service on another individual, business, or governmental agency by a process server in Oklahoma City, OK?

There are four ways for a process server in Oklahoma to serve documents on individuals, businesses, and governmental agencies in Oklahoma. A person, agency or company may serve court apers may be served by certified mail, using a sheriff’s deputy, or via a private process server in Oklahoma City, OK. Each method can come with significant advantages and disadvantages, so it is vital that you carefully examine your case to see which is the most appropriate route for the parties involved.

The cheapest way to serve papers is to simply send the documents out to the person, business, or governmental agency you want served via certified mail. If a person, business, or governmental agency chooses this method of service, it is imperative that he/she/it obtains a return receipt as proof the person signed for the papers. The judge will need to see that to consider the service valid. However, while this may potentially prove to be the cheapest route, this manner of service comes with numerous drawbacks that use of a process server in Enid, OK from a private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma does not have.

Many people will not want to sign for papers, unlike when you use a process server in Oklahoma who can just drop the papers at the person’s feet without any signature. If the person you are serving does not sign for the papers you send via certified mail, then the judge will not consider the mailed papers as “good service.” This could potentially delay your case, which could cost you more money and time. Now the person you want served know the papers are coming, and you have just lost the element of surprise. Therefore, the use of a process server in OKC can prove to be a much better option.

In addition, the person you are trying to serve might have moved, which means you will have to use skip tracing in Oklahoma track her/him/them down. The person or entity filing the suit might not have the time, resources, and/or knowledge to do so. Indeed, nationwide skip tracing is usually best left to the experts, such as a process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from a reputable private investigation agency in OKC.

In some cases, a person or entity must have the papers personally served upon her/him/they by a licensed process server in OKC from a reputable private investigation agency in Oklahoma. Most of the time if a person your process server in Oklahoma City, OK is trying to serve is not there at home or work, the process server in Tulsa, OK can simply leave the papers with someone else (i.e., family member, roommate, friend, colleague, etc.) who is over the age of fifteen-and-a-half (15 1/2) and resides at the household.

Of course, some documents and especially some states, such as Texas and California, require personal service by a process server in Enid, Oklahoma from a meritorious private detective agency in OKC. Thus, a process server in Ardmore, Oklahoma is not permitted to leave the documents with anyone except the person for whom the court intended them.

Another method of service is to have the sheriff’s deputy go out and serve the papers on someone. While they can certainly look official and all, many people complain that some deputies do not try extremely hard like a process server in Del City, Oklahoma will. In addition, a sheriff’s deputies may not be able to start attempting service for quite some time, whereas a process server in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma can often do so the same day.

Also, unlike a process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, a sheriff’s deputy always gets her/his/their salary no matter what, and thus sometimes can care less whether she/he/they get the papers served. A process server in Oklahoma, on the other hand, does not get free advertising and thus strives extra hard to serve each client the process server in McAlester, Oklahoma that she/he/they has/have.

A sheriff’s deputy will also not spend time, if needed, waiting, and watching for an individual like a process server in Edmond, Oklahoma can, and she/he/they will not and often cannot run background reports, etc., as easily as a process server in Stillwater, Oklahoma can. While many sheriff’s deputies perform their services meritoriously, they have no need and often no time to cater to clients like a process server in Norman, Oklahoma. Thus, if the serve could turn out to be complicated in any way, shape, or form, a sheriff’s deputy is usually not the best choice and a process server in Lawton, Oklahoma is.

If a client is known to be potentially dangerous, police officers and the judicial system will often take the matter much more seriously, if the person being served assaults a sheriff’s deputy. Unfortunately, too many police officers and judges fail to see a process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma as a human being who is just trying to do her/his/their job, and some even take delight in seeing a process server in Altus, Oklahoma get assaulted.

One other instance in which hiring a sheriff’s deputy is more advantageous than many other methods is when the person must perform the service of process on federal property. According to both the Oklahoma Rules of Civil Procedure and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, a process server in Oklahoma has the same legal authority to serve papers as a sheriff’s deputy does. Many personnel in federal prisons and other facilities know this is true, but all too often they simply do not care about a process server in OKC. Certain federal authorities have a deplorable proclivity to tend to ignore federal and state certain rules and do as they please – even if they intentionally break the law and deny a process server in Woodward, Oklahoma the right to serve civil process.

A definite advantage a process server in El Reno, Oklahoma has over a sheriff’s deputy in Oklahoma is that the process server in OKC, OK does not go in uniform. Why is this important? Well, as yourself: If a sheriff’s deputy came to your door, would you want to open it to her/him/them? Even if it would not bother you to do so, please keep in mind that many persons, especially those with warrants out for their arrest, will not do so.

A process server in Oklahoma from a reputable private investigation agency in OKC, on the other hand, does not go to serve papers while in a uniform of any kind. Indeed, many a process server from a private detective agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma will have no issue with going to serve court papers while wearing a disguise. 😊 So, which would you choose now: A lanky, obvious, unmotivated sheriff’s deputy or a skilled, trained, discreet, sneaky process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma? 😊

Hiring a trained, reputable process server in Oklahoma City is always the best route to take. A professional process server in Oklahoma City, OK will often make multiple attempts and often have a much more flexible schedule than a sheriff’s deputy will. A process server in Ardmore, Oklahoma can also serve the papers at contrasting times when a sheriff’s deputy does not, and an excellent licensed private process server in Mustang, Oklahoma from a private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, OK knows important tricks of the trade to help get the job done right. From stakeouts to running special reports, interviewing neighbors, and much more, an outstanding process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma like those at our private investigation agency in Oklahoma is usually the best person to have help you with your legal case.

It is worth mentioning that, in some limited circumstances, both a private process server in OKC and sheriff’s deputy can serve papers by posting them to the person’s door. They then must mail the same documents out via certified mail right away. Most court cases will not allow for this, and if they do then the monetary awards are usually extremely limited or even nonexistent.

One other final and much less common way to serve a person or entity is through publication. In this case, the person, business, or governmental agency must publish the appropriate notices in a local/national newspaper or other designated news media outlet. However, this is not permitted without the permission of a judge or in cases of evictions where the plaintiff is seeking only possession and not money, and posting is often used as a last resort. Clients must first achieve due diligence with a process server in Oklahoma from a private investigation agency in OKC, whereby the plaintiff has made every reasonable effort to serve an individual, business, or governmental agency.


Can a process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma at a private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, OK, Oklahoma explain the differences between the types of service?

As noted earlier, a person can achieve service of process in several ways, which we have briefly described as follow:

  1. Certified Mail– The plaintiff, or the defendant in the event of a countersuit/counterclaim, can send the documents out to the other party via certified mail. The person must sign for the documents, and the courts usually require a return receipt. In some limited circumstances, a judge may determine that no signature is necessary, citing that a person or entity who has mailed the documents out via certified mail is sufficient. This exception, however, usually accompanies other forms of service (i.e., posting the papers to the front door of the place the person getting served lives), or after the plaintiff/respondent has completed due diligence in other ways.
  2. Personal Service– The process server in Edmond, Oklahoma or sheriff’s deputy has personally brought the papers directly to the individual, business entity, or governmental agency being served.
  3. Substitute Service– The OKC process server or sheriff’s deputy has delivered the court documents to someone over fifteen-and-a-half (15 1/2) years of age (i.e., boyfriend, girlfriend, aunt, parent, spouse, etc.). This manner of service also requires that a process server in Enid, Oklahoma may only leave the documents with a person at the residence who resides with the party a person is trying to serve. In cases of a business or governmental agency, a process server in Oklahoma City can usually serve anyone who works as an employee of the company and is authorized to accept service, unless a jurisdiction requires otherwise. Large businesses often have a legal department, while others have a registered agent that is located elsewhere and accepts all the legal service documents.
  4. Posting– The process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma or sheriff’s deputy has posted the court papers to the door where the person or entity getting served can clearly see them. In most cases in many jurisdictions, the process server in Muskogee, Oklahoma or sheriff’s deputy must also subsequently mail the documents out via certified mail at the earliest possible time. As stated earlier, a process server in Edmond, Oklahoma or sheriff’s deputy may only post and mail court papers with the permission of a judge or in eviction cases where the plaintiff is seeking only possession and no money.

Service by Publication – Plaintiffs often use service by publication as a last resort and is only permitted when specifically allowed by a judge. This is normally allowed, if at all, when a process server in Oklahoma and her/her/their client have made good faith efforts to try to get someone served, and she/he/they is/are intentionally doing everything possible to avoid service, etc.


Should I tell the people I am about to take to court to expect that a process server is in OKC from a private investigation in OKC is going to serve them with court papers?

Sometimes clients tell our process server in Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma, “Yeah, we just sent them the papers via e-mail, so they know everything is coming.” As any process server in Oklahoma City, OK can tell you, this is not a promising idea. Unless the party you are wanting our process server in Enid, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, OK to serve wants the papers and they bring good news or money, please do not tell them that our process server in Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Edmond, Oklahoma is coming to serve them or otherwise send them a copy of the papers, unless required by law. Doing so only makes the job that much harder for our process server in Lawton, Oklahoma to complete the serve.


Why is the element of surprise so important for a process server in Oklahoma at a private detective agency in Enid, Oklahoma?

A process server in Yukon, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma can often count on the ability to surprise the people the process server in OKC is attempting to serve with the papers. Unless the clients are expecting the papers and willingly want them, it is usually not in the best interest of the client or our process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma, process server in Yukon, Oklahoma, process server in Moore, process server in Edmond, OK, process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, process server in Mustang, OK, process server in Del City, Oklahoma, process server in Guthrie, Oklahoma or one of our other process servers in Oklahoma in any city, county, or other state we serve to give advance notice to the people the process server in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma is serving court papers to.


Why let them expect for a process server in Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in OKC, OK to come serve them?

If our private detective agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma can send a process server in OKC they will not suspect out to their location, it will help substantially! The element of surprise is vital for a process server in Lawton, OK.


What is nationwide skip tracing, and when and why does process server in Lawton, Oklahoma from a private investigation agency in OKC, OK use it?

Skip tracing services in Oklahoma City are the process of trying to locate an information about an individual one needs to find. A process server in El Reno, Oklahoma or elsewhere from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma might try to search out social media sites, public records, utilities, public records reports, and so much more. A licensed private investigator in Tulsa, Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Ardmore, Oklahoma often has even more enhanced access to information that is not available to the public. Each process server in Oklahoma City, OK who works at our private detective agency in Tulsa, OK is also licensed as a private investigator in Oklahoma and conducts nationwide skip tracing services. Thus, our private investigation agency in Enid, Oklahoma can offer you our enhanced nationwide skip tracing services to try to help you locate an elusive individual.


Why should I use a process server in OKC from a private investigation agency in OKC?

Each process server in OKC at our private investigation agency in Oklahoma is a true professional. Our process server in Oklahoma City, OK will go out of their way to help ensure that every effort is made to get the person, business, or government entity served in a timely manner. Our private detective agency in Stillwater, Oklahoma implements effective, creative tactics specifically tailored to your individual situation. Our process server in McAlester, OK has a remarkably high success rate in getting people served. The prices each process server in Enid, OK from our private investigation agency in Broken Arrow, OK offers are extremely competitive, and our customer service is the best in the business! Plus, when presented in advance at the time you first request service, our private investigation agency in El Reno, Oklahoma will meet or beat any written bona fide offers you have from any other process server in Yukon, Oklahoma from a licensed private investigation agency in Oklahoma.


What is an added benefit that your private detective agency in Oklahoma always offers for free that is not always available from other process server in Ardmore, OK with a private investigation agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma?

In most cases, each process server in OKC from our private investigation agency in OKC will happily send you the affidavit of service (AoS) to you via email, just before she/he/they put the originals in the mail. This means you will already have a copy of your affidavit of service from our process server in Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Tulsa, OK, before the original even arrives in the mail. This gives you the opportunity to have copies of the affidavit of process service and, if applicable, the invoice, right away!


What kinds of clients use process server in Enid, Oklahoma from a private detective agency in Oklahoma City?

Our private investigation agency in OKC clients have included, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Attorneys/Law Firms
  2. Individuals
  3. Businesses (i.e., apartment complexes, banks, construction companies, etc.)
  4. Governmental Agencies (i.e., the United States Department of Justice, the California Department of Justice, district attorneys, etc.).

In which local jurisdictions, states, and countries can your process server in Broken Arrow, from a private investigation agency in Lawton, OK  effect service upon others?

Our licensed process server in Altus, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in OKC, OK will serve papers on people in any jurisdiction allowed by law. Our private detective agency in Oklahoma City has clients from all over the United States who call us for assistance, as well as people from other countries. Our process server in Tulsa, OK, skip tracer in Oklahoma, and private investigator in Enid, Oklahoma will serve clients in all states and even in other countries, if allowed!


Can a process server in Edmond, Oklahoma from a private investigation agency in Stillwater, Oklahoma serve papers to individuals on tribal lands?

Serving court papers on tribal lands is a much more arduous task for our process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma to undertake. Each process server in Kingfisher, Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma has indeed performed service of process on tribal lands before, but each process server in OKC from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma had full permission from tribal authorities to do so unless the tribe says they just do not mind.

If each process server in Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma had not had that official written permission from the tribe beforehand, the people our process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Lawton, Oklahoma served could have easily contested the service and would have easily prevailed in court. If a process server in Ardmore, Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Stillwater, Oklahoma does not have permission from the tribal authorities to serve the papers, then a federal marshal or other legally authorized individual will need to so.


Does your process server in McAlester, Oklahoma do stakeouts? If so, where and when will your process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from your private investigation agency in Oklahoma go, and how much does it cost for your process server in Norman, Oklahoma to do them?

Yes, each process server in Yukon, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in El Reno, Oklahoma will happily provide this  waiting and watching service. Our process server in Norman, Oklahoma will do “wait and watch” stakeouts statewide, twenty-four (24) hours a day, 7 (seven) days a week. Our process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at our private detective agency in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma only charges $85.00 per hour for waiting and watching.  Our Oklahoma City process server from our private investigation agency in Ardmore, Oklahoma tries her/his/their absolute best to do this from a position that is not easily visible to the person our process server in Piedmont, Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Moore, Oklahoma is trying to serve. Sometimes this valuable service can be just what you need to catch a person who is hiding out and avoiding service of process by a process server in OKC, OK at our private investigation agency in Edmond, OK!


Do you need us to send a process server in Stillwater, Oklahoma a picture of the individual(s) we want to have served by a process server in Tulsa, OK?

The more information you have and can send our process server in Lawton, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma, the better!  A picture, whether sent via regular mail, fax, or E-mail, is worth a thousand words.  Making sure our process server in Edmond, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma serves the right individual is imperative.  Our process server in Kingfisher, Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Stillwater, Oklahoma can still try to serve a person without having a photograph of her/him/them, but it makes the process more difficult.


What other information is helpful for your process server in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma from your private investigation agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma to have?

Each process server in OKC from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City will generally ask each of our clients to fill out a special “Client Questionnaire” form, which is located on our website. When you fill this out, it asks for all kind of information about the individual you want to have served (i.e., driver’s license numbers, family members, other addresses you are authorizing to have checked, etc.). Once again, the more information our process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Tulsa, OK has about the person the process server in Altus, OK from our private investigation agency in Enid, Oklahoma is serving papers on, the better!


What if the person your process server in Oklahoma from your private detective agency in Ardmore, Oklahoma is about to serve papers on is suspected or known to be dangerous or mentally unstable?

If you even suspect or know that someone that a process server in Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Broken Arrow, OK is going to attempt to serve papers on could be dangerous, then our process server in Stillwater, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in OKC, OK will insist that you tell us. While every process server in Seminole, Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Altus, OK knows that it is not always possible to know how someone will react to receiving legal papers, it really helps to know about any potential dangers in advance. That way our process server in Paul’s Valley, Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Oklahoma can prepare in advance and might even go out in teams with a process server in Tuttle, OK from one of our sister companies that is also a private investigation agency in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

A few process serving and private investigation clients we have worked with have known that the person or persons they have wanted served were quite crazy and/or dangerous, and they did not tell our process server in OKC from our private investigation agency in OKC up front. Withholding this kind of vital information unnecessarily places our Oklahoma process servers from our private detective agency in El Reno, Oklahoma in harm’s way. While each process server in Woodward, Oklahoma with our private detective agency in Mustang, Oklahoma tries not to treat most serves as “routine” and without any danger, it is extremely important that every process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Tulsa, OK has plenty of advance warning/notice if you or others you know have any special knowledge.

If someone you ask our process server in Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma to serve papers on turns out to be mentally unstable/dangerous and our process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma with our private investigation agency in Luther, OK finds out that you knew about it and did not tell us, there will be substantially higher fees assessed to your final bill. If you tell our process server in Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Wellston, Oklahoma beforehand, there is still likely to be an additional “dangerous client” fee, but it will be substantially less than what it would be if you knew the client could be mentally unstable/dangerous and do not tell our process server in Edmond, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Edmond, OK in advance.


May I authorize a hotel and other expenses, if needed, for your process server in Moore, Oklahoma from your private investigation agency in Warr Acres, OK?

Yes! Every process server in OKC with our private detective agency in OKC, OK offers a client questionnaire form that gives you the opportunity to authorize whatever additional expenses you would like for our process server in Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Tulsa, OK. If you want our process server in Oklahoma City, OK from our private detective agency in Oklahoma to be able to stay in a hotel close to where the person is staying, wait and watch for the individual, search for the person at multiple addresses, etc., you may authorize it either on the client questionnaire and/or over the phone.

In addition, you can also tell our process server in Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Norman, Oklahoma if there are any services you specifically do not want our process server in Yukon, OK from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma to perform. Our trained, licensed, and professional process server in Newcastle, Oklahoma our private investigation agency in Del City, OK will collaborate diligently with you to help ensure that our private investigation agency in Midwest City, OK performs only and all the legal services you want and that are within your budget.


Does your process server in Oklahoma from your private detective agency in OKC, OK provide an affidavit of service (AoS)? 

Yes, our process server in OKC from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City most certainly does provide an affidavit of service (AoS)!  Indeed, a process server in Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma can use a standard affidavit of service (AoS) form we have on file and that our process server in Tulsa, OK from our private detective agency in Oklahoma often uses for many clients.  However, if you have a special form that is tailored to your jurisdiction, please just include it and our process server in Enid, OK from our private detective agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma will make sure to fill that one out instead.


Does your process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from your private detective agency in Tulsa, OK need a notary in OKC to notarize the affidavit of service (AoS)?

This can depend on the jurisdiction of each court.  In some cases, it is not necessary for our process server in Oklahoma with our private detective agency in Purcell, OK to have a notary public in OKC notarize your affidavit of service, while in others you need to have our process server in Oklahoma with our private investigation agency in OKC have a notary public in Oklahoma City notarize your affidavit of service.

Examples of affidavits of service which do not include notarization by a notary public in Edmond, OK include affidavits of service for California and federal court serves. However, some states, like Oklahoma, require notarization on their affidavits of service. The National Association of Professional Process Servers (NAPPS) form has a space on there for a notary public in OKC to notarize it.

Please check with the court clerk in your jurisdiction when initially filing your lawsuit, victim protection order, subpoena, summons, etc., about the need for a notary public in OKC to notarize an affidavit of service  However, when in doubt and unable to verify whether you need to have a notary public in Oklahoma notarize the affidavit of service, it is better to go ahead and ask our process server in Oklahoma with our private investigation agency in Lawton, OK have our notary public in Edmond, OK do so.  It is always better to be safe than sorry!


Does your process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma with your private investigation agency in Oklahoma charge money to have a notary public in OKC notarize affidavits of service (AoS)?

Our process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma whom our private investigation agency in OKC, OK employs is also commissioned as a notary public in OKC. Therefore, every process server in Ardmore, Oklahoma who collaborates with our private detective agency in Norman, Oklahoma either has a colleague, family member or bank to help serve as a notary public in Edmond, Oklahoma. Thus, no process server in Del City, OK with our private investigation agency in OKC, OK charges extra money to have a notary public in Oklahoma notarize your affidavit of service.


Does your process server in Edmond, Oklahoma with your private detective agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma file the affidavit of service (AoS) with the courts?

Upon request, our process server in Oklahoma with our private detective agency in Edmond, Oklahoma can file the affidavit of service (AoS) within certain counties within Oklahoma and elsewhere for free either in person or by mailing it directly to the court clerk. Our process server in Edmond, Oklahoma with our private detective agency in El Reno, OK can also mail the original affidavit of service anywhere in the world, too. Please check with a licensed Oklahoma City process server with our private detective agency in Woodward, OK for details.


How long does it take for a process server in Midwest City, Oklahoma with your private detective agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma to serve a client?

The standard service time for our process server in OKC with our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, OK often takes place within in three (3) to seven (7) business days for the first attempt, depending on how busy we are. Our process server in Oklahoma pricing guide also elucidates on the cost of super expedited process service, same day service, one-day service, and two-day service.

The extra fee you pay to our process server in Norman, Oklahoma with our private investigation agency in Oklahoma places your order ahead of others whose service level is below yours. Thus, if you pay for two-day service, we will start attempt your serve first before we begin those who have ordered standard service. Likewise, if you pay for same day service, then our process server in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma with our private detective agency in OKC will try to get the person, business, or governmental agency served that very day. Rush service by our process server in Yukon, OK with our private detective agency in Piedmont, Oklahoma places your serve on a higher priority level than all other clients who have not paid for the same level of service. However, please keep in mind that if our process server in Guthrie, Oklahoma with our private detective agency in Enid, Oklahoma must make repeated attempts to serve an individual, business, etc., then the process server in Norman, Oklahoma might have to make those additional attempts on subsequent days.


How many addresses will a process server in OKC with your private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma go to?

Every process server in Oklahoma with our private detective agency in OKC, OK knows that the first address you ask us to check is automatically included with the standard service fee.  For additional fees, our process server in Tulsa, OK with our private investigation agency in Tulsa, OK will happily attempt at as many additional addresses as you want.


What if the person I want your process server in Guthrie, Oklahoma with your private detective agency in Edmond, Oklahoma to serve does not live at the initial address I provided?

For an additional fee, our Oklahoma process server with our Oklahoma City private investigation agency can attempt to serve the individual(s) at a new address you provide.  Additionally, our licensed private process server in OKC can run a nationwide skip trace with our skip tracing services in Oklahoma or try other addresses you suggest. Given that Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers and Private Investigators is also a licensed private investigation agency in Oklahoma, our private investigator in OKC, OK can pull special nationwide skip trace reports that are only available a licensed private investigator in Edmond, Oklahoma, a process server in Enid, OK, and law enforcement. These tactics, combined with other tricks of the trade, might help our private investigator in Oklahoma and process server in Edmond, Oklahoma find additional potential addresses that we can also try to serve the person(s) at. Our process server in Oklahoma and private investigator in OKC with our private investigation agency in El Reno, Oklahoma are skilled experts, and our private detective in Edmond, OK and process server in OKC can often find things that most others cannot.


How many days does your process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma with your private detective agency in Piedmont, OK must serve my court documents?

Different counties and states all have different rules, as do diverse types of court filings, when it comes to the amount of time you have to get your documents served. A licensed process server in Oklahoma City with our private detective agency in Oklahoma serving a small claims case will often have at least four (4) or five (5) weeks to complete the task. Victim protection orders often have anywhere from seven (7) to fourteen (14) days. Please speak with a process server in OKC with our private detective agency in Norman, OK, or check with the officials located at the court that has jurisdiction over your case. Our process server in Oklahoma with our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma will collaborate diligently with you to try to help ensure that your process server in Guthrie, OK serves your papers in a timely manner.


Must the process server in OKC, OK with your private detective agency in Moore, OK get the party she/he/they are serving to sign for the documents?

In most cases, an individual, business, or governmental agency that a process server in Yukon, Oklahoma with our private investigation agency in Ardmore, OK is serving papers on does not have to sign for the documents. If this were indeed the case, most process servers in Oklahoma would never successfully serve the court papers as most people would not sign for anything. However, in a few rare circumstances, clients have specifically asked our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, OK to try to have our process server in OKC with our private detective agency in OKC get the individual she/he/they are serving to sign the papers. No process server in Oklahoma with our private investigation agency in Bixby, Oklahoma can make any guarantee that the individual will sign a document, but if you need our process server in Lawton, Oklahoma to ask, then our process server in Altus, Oklahoma with our private detective agency in Lawton, Oklahoma sure will!


What if the person, business, governmental agency, etc., tries to contest the validity f the service performed by your process server in Oklahoma City from your private investigation agency in Broken Arrow, OK?

Each process server in Oklahoma with our private detective agency in Tulsa, OK is extremely diligent and will never claim to serve someone with court papers that she/he/they did not actually serve. Our process server in OKC from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City will always make good faith efforts to follow all the rules, laws, and ethics of the profession. If the party a process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Ardmore, Oklahoma has served papers on is trying to be difficult, avoid service, cause trouble for you, or contest service, then that process server in OKC from our private detective agency in Norman, Oklahoma will happily go to court to testify as to the manner and date of service, for an additional fee.

The judges in Oklahoma County and elsewhere will usually believe the sworn testimony of a neutral officer of the court (i.e., process server in Guthrie, Oklahoma) over a party that person has served. Of course, if you have reason to believe that the individual might indeed try to contest service for any reason, please let us know beforehand, and our process server in Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma will try to take a photograph or even record the process of how we are serving the individual. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of medicine, so please let us know if our process server in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma needs to be even more initiative-taking than usual when serving court papers to a defendant/respondent.


What is your client questionnaire, and why do you ask us to fill it out for your process server in Enid, Oklahoma from your private investigation agency in Bartlesville, OK?

The client questionnaire form we ask you to fill out has several very useful purposes, and our process server in Oklahoma with our private detective agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma only needs it when serving individuals. With this document, you can provide valuable information to our process server in Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Muskogee, OK, such as addresses, phone numbers, a physical description of the person(s), and so much more. It also allows you to authorize our process server in Tecumseh, OK from our private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma to perform certain services, etc. The more information you can provide our process server in Moore, Oklahoma with our private detective agency in Norman, OK on this form, the better!


Does Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers and Private Investigators charge extra for serving multiple documents to the same individual, business, or governmental agency?

If all the documents pertain to the same case for the same person, we will serve as many documents as you like. In some instances, our process servers have received subpoenas, summons, and a plethora of other documents that are all intended for the same person or entity. The cost of serving one piece of paper of a hundred, excluding applicable printing fees, is the same. This means more savings for you!


How many times will your process server in Ardmore, Oklahoma from your private investigation agency in Stillwater, Oklahoma go to the first address I provide to attempt service?

The number of attempts a process server in Piedmont, Oklahoma who works for our private investigation agency in Mustang, Oklahoma will make varies by county and state. However, you can easily find this information on the main process server in Oklahoma page of our website.


Can your process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from your private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma guarantee that service on an individual or company?

Each highly skilled, licensed professional process server with our private detective agency in OKC, OK will always put forth one hundred ten percent (110%) effort to ensure that the papers you want served are given to the other party. However, no process server in Oklahoma with our private detective agency in Oklahoma can absolutely guarantee successful results. Any process server in Yukon, OK who does so is clearly making you a promise that she/he/they cannot always deliver.

If an individual is completely determined to avoid service by a process server in Warr Acres, Oklahoma from a private investigator in Oklahoma City, OK, then she/he/they may be able to do so. That individual can move out of state or even change her/his/their name. Alternatively, someone can move multiple times to extremely secluded addresses, change her/his/their phone number, switch jobs, use false social security numbers, vary her/his/their routines, and so much more. In these instances, the process can often become costly and frustrating both to the client and our process server in OKC from our private detective agency in OKC, OK.

While each process server in Edmond, OK from our private detective agency in Lawton, OK tries to serve people when they think those individuals will be at a particular location, there is simply no guarantee. Please be wary of any process server in Norman, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Altus, OK or any other company who tries to absolutely guarantee you definitive results one hundred percent (100%) of the time is simply not being realistic. However, our Oklahoma process servers from our private detective agency in Luther, Oklahoma have an excellent history of locating persons who are intentionally avoiding service. Please contact our process server in Edmond, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma today to find out how our process server in Oklahoma from our private detective agency in Oklahoma can help you!


If your process server in Edmond, Oklahoma from your private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma is unable to locate the individual and make the serve, am I still obligated to pay the fees for your process server in Oklahoma?

Our meritorious process server in El Reno, Oklahoma at our private detective agency in OKC will do everything legally permissible that you financially authorize our process server in Oklahoma City, OK from our private investigation agency in Oklahoma to do. Our process server in Chandler, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Ardmore, OK can get extremely creative in her/his/their approaches, and our goal is to try to make sure that you are one hundred ten percent (110%) satisfied with everything each process server in Oklahoma with our private detective agency in Oklahoma does.

At the same time, our private investigation agency in OKC must pay our process server in Oklahoma City, OK and cover all the associated costs of service. Thus, even if our wonderful process server in Yukon, OK from our private detective agency in El Reno, Oklahoma is unable to serve the individual you want served, you will still owe our process server in Tulsa, OK from our private investigation agency in Woodward, Oklahoma for any services our process server in Edmond, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Norman, Oklahoma has provided. Please rest assured, however, that any Oklahoma City process server at our private detective agency in OKC will always do her/his/their absolute best.

One special service our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma has is a nationwide skip tracing service. If your defendant/respondent proves to be especially difficult for our process server in Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma to locate, then please just ask our process server in Moore, Oklahoma to run a skip trace in Oklahoma for you. Nationwide skip tracing is only $99 with cash, a check or with a money order, or only $103.95 with a credit/debit card, Zelle, Venmo, Cash App, etc.

If you are not familiar with what a skip trace in OKC by a process server in El Reno, Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Oklahoma is, it is basically where our private investigation agency in Norman, Oklahoma has access to a plethora of information like social security numbers, dates of birth, drivers’ license numbers, address histories, phone numbers and so much more than the general public does not always have access to.

Our process server in OKC and private investigator in Oklahoma obtain exclusive access to this information known as nationwide skip tracing services, due to her/his/their special licensing. Please call our private investigation agency in OKC today at (405) 593-3515, and let our experienced process server in Oklahoma City, OK and private investigator in Oklahoma conduct nationwide skip tracing services for you today. 😊


What happens if your process server in Piedmont, Oklahoma at your private detective agency in Piedmont, Oklahoma cannot serve the person or company by the date set the court sets?

Most of the time every process server in Oklahoma City with our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City finds and serve people, businesses, and governmental agencies on time and in good order. In the event our process server in Yukon, Oklahoma from our private investigation agency in Norman, OK cannot find the individual or if the person has moved, etc., the date the courts have set to serve that person may pass. In this case, you will need to get the court date reset and submit a new request to our office.  A new court date might simply entail filing what is called an “alias” and paying some additional fees. Other options may also be available, so please just ask our process server in Bethany, Oklahoma at our private detective agency in Moore, Oklahoma today!


What is the best way for us to get our documents to your process server in Oklahoma at your private detective agency in Oklahoma?

Each process server in Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in OKC, OK can receive your judicial documents in one of several ways, which are as follow:

  • You may deliver the documents to our process server in Edmond, OK at our private investigation agency in Norman, Oklahoma in person.
  • You may mail the documents to our process server in Edmond, Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Yukon, Oklahoma via the United States Postal ServiceFedEx, or UPS. When mailing them to our corporate office, please be sure to put the documents to the attention of the “Process Server in OKC Division.” This way they will get to the right division in an expedient manner.
  • You may, for a small printing fee, e-mail the documents to us at . Info@ojpslegal.com

Why should we choose to hire a licensed private process server in Oklahoma with your private detective agency in OKC, Oklahoma, instead of a process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at another private investigation agency in OKC?

Each process server in Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in El Reno, Oklahoma provides excellent customer service, outstanding professionalism, and extremely affordable rates. Our private detective agency in OKC has many resolute professionals working as process servers in Oklahoma who are quite experienced in their fields.  Many members of our team have one or more university degrees and boast wide array of previous classroom education attainment, which also complement their field experience.

Each process server in Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma also offers a lowest price guarantee for our process serving in Oklahoma, private investigations in Oklahoma City, and notary public in OKC legal services. Our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma guarantees that if you present us with a bona fide offer from a local competitor in advance when first placing your order for your process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at our private detective agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma, then our process server in Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Stillwater, Oklahoma will certainly meet or beat that price!


What is a good faith estimate, and will your process server in OKC at your private investigation agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma provide my company with one?

A good faith estimate is an estimate of what our process server in Oklahoma with our private investigation agency in Oklahoma thinks the actual cost of service of process will be. Our licensed process server in OKC at our private investigation agency in Oklahoma will give you this estimate, based upon questions our process server in Oklahoma at our private detective agency in OKC, OK asks you about your case (i.e., the number people you want served, whether they are avoiding service, whether the person is mentally unstable/dangerous, etc.).

This estimate reflects what our process server in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Oklahoma thinks in good faith a serve will cost to complete. However, some of the easiest serves can turn out to be extremely difficult, and some of them that should be extremely hard to do are sometimes easy to complete. When requested in writing, our wonderful process server in Norman, Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Oklahoma will always provide you with a good faith written estimate before our process server in Yukon, Oklahoma at our private detective agency in Tulsa, Oklahoma starts services.


Do I need to prepay for the service(s) from your process server in Tulsa, OK at your private investigation agency in Edmond, Oklahoma?

Yes, except in exceedingly rare circumstances, your process server in Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City will ask for the payment upfront. Sadly, our process server in Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Muskogee, Oklahoma has simply had too many clients fail to pay after the fact – even when the process server in OKC at our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma has successfully served the individual.

It simply takes too much time and effort for our process server in Edmond, Oklahoma at our private investigation agency in Oklahoma City, OK to have to spend thousands of hours chasing every unpaid client down, instead of focusing on trying to get people served with court papers.  Indeed, many of the unpaid clients our process server in OKC, our private investigator in Oklahoma City, and our private investigation agency in Oklahoma have had in the past have been attorneys. 🙁

In some cases where the process server in OKC service fee amount is small and/or if we have collaborated with you before, our dedicated process server in Oklahoma with our private investigation agency in Jenks, Oklahoma might agree to invoice you for services rendered.  Please note that our process server in Oklahoma from our private detective agency  in Jones, Oklahoma will not release the affidavit of service, until our process server in Ardmore, Oklahoma with our private detective agency in OKC has received payment for the full balance due.


What is your preferred payment method?

We prefer cash, personal/business checks, and money orders.  Paying by those methods help us cut down on the costs we incur, and we want to pass those savings on to you.  However, we also accept checks and credit cards via PayPal, as well as other payment methods. If you pay via a method that costs us money (i.e., PayPal), we reserve the right to charge you for any fees they charge us.


What types of job openings do you have for process servers?

Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers is now the largest Oklahoma-owned private investigation agency in OKC, nationwide skip tracing service and has the best process server in Lawton, Oklahoma and nationwide. Our private detective agency in Oklahoma has employment opportunities for each outstanding, dedicated process server in Edmond, Oklahoma, private investigator in Oklahoma, notary public in OKC, polygraph examiner in Oklahoma, document retrieval service in Oklahoma, bodyguard in OKC, and skip tracer in Oklahoma.

Our company especially has a need for a process server in Oklahoma and a private investigator in Oklahoma who are in remoter areas and not in the larger cities. It is harder to find a process server in Tulsa, Oklahoma in these areas, and thus our private detective agency in OKC, OK strongly encourages any process server in Oklahoma who lives in a remote area or even in a larger city to apply for a position.

Please check out our downloadable job applications, which are located on the OJPS documents page.  You can send the completed applications and requested attachments back to us via regular mail, fax, or via e-mail.  Please e-mail us at  to find out which current job openings we have available. Info@ojpslegal.com

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