Process Server in Florida

ServeNow badge

Reliable Florida Process Servers​

Evolution Process Service in Florida is known for our ability to effect service of process, where others have failed.

We have professional process servers in Florida, allowing us to serve the entire Florida Metro area. It is important when hiring a certified process server, to find a company who is familiar with the area. Process servers often work with court officials, public officers, business owners, and individuals when serving papers. Our knowledge of the Florida area gives us an edge when providing service of process.

In addition to serving subpoenas or summons, we are often asked to serve many other legal documents including divorce papers, small claims and eviction notices. Serving a notice of eviction can often be uncomfortable and difficult, so we encourage you to let us handle it in a professional manner. Although serving an individual may seem easy, there are many legal implications involved with providing proper service of process. When serving a corporation or government department, there are additional potential issues involved with serving the right person. Our certified process servers maintain knowledge of the laws through education, research, and networking. We will do our best to serve process and get documents served.

Find Legal Vendors certified partner badge
Women Owned badge

Need a Florida Process Server? Click Below:

ServeNow badge

How Our Process Works

Evolution Process Service has a quick and easy system that allows you to get your documents served without the headache. We serve documents promptly after we receive all of the pertinent details from you. Once your case has been filed with the court, here is how our services work:

Submit Your Documents

There are two ways to contact us to get the ball rolling on your order: email us at jobs@weserveus.com or fill out our online contact form. If you email us, be sure to include your contact information such as name, address, and phone number.

Someone from our team will enter all of the details of your case into our system and forward your details to a local process server who is familiar with guidelines from the court in your area.

Pay Your Invoice

You can pay your invoice online or call in with a credit or debit card.

The server will send you status updates along the way, but we will serve your documents as efficiently as possible – even if it takes multiple attempts.

Obtain Your Affidavit

Evolution Process Service will promptly send you the digital affidavit from your server. The original will be mailed to you so that you can file it with the court.

Why are we the best choice for you?

We offer specials for attorneys in Florida who need service of process regularly!

Why hire a professional Florida process server?

In the state of Florida, when someone is sued or otherwise required to appear in the court of law, they must be served a summons to court by an unbiased party to the case. Florida law states that this service can be a local sheriff or professional process server. As many lawyers and private individuals in the past have found, hiring a professional process server to serve process is often the most efficient, and by far the most successful, way of getting a summons served.

Our process servers have spent a great deal of time working closely with attorneys and law firms, and we know how stressful the legal profession can be. Due to statutes of limitation and other legal considerations, accomplishing service of process in the correct manner and as quickly as possible can be incredibly important to your case. We at Evolution Process Service want to help put your mind at ease when it comes to serving legal documents. We can perform local, statewide, or national service with precision and in accordance with court rules.

We are dedicated to delivering fast, accurate and affordable service of legal process. We have streamlined our process to make this easy on our clients while still delivering the results needed. While we don’t offer legal advice, we can educate clients on the proper way to serve both individuals and businesses in Florida. Evolution Process Service strives to keep clients up-to-date on the status of their serve.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a process server?

A process server is a person or a firm that is responsible for delivering legal documents, such as subpoenas, summons and complaints, to the individuals or entities who are required to receive them. Process servers play an important role in the legal process by ensuring that the parties involved are properly notified of their legal obligations.

What are certified civil process servers?

Certified civil process servers are individuals who have met certain qualifications and passed a certification exam to become authorized to serve process in a specific jurisdiction. In Florida, the eleventh judicial circuit provides certification for process servers..

How do I know if a process server is certified in Florida?

You can check if a process server is certified in Florida by visiting the eleventh judicial circuit website and searching for their name on the list of certified process servers.

Who can serve process in Florida?

According to Florida statutes, process may be served by a certified process server a sheriff or a person over the age of 18 who is not a party to the case.

Can I use local process servers in Florida?

Yes, you can use local process servers in Florida. These are process servers who are based in the same area as the person or entity you want to serve. They are familiar with the local court system and may have established relationships with the courts and other legal professionals.

How long does service of process take in Florida?

The time it takes to serve process in Florida will vary depending on the complexity of the case and the availability of the person or entity being served. Generally, service of process can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks.

How can I be sure that service of process has been completed correctly in Florida?

The best way to ensure that service of process has been completed correctly in Florida is to use certified process servers. These process servers are trained and experienced in serving legal documents and are familiar with the requirements set out in the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure. They will also provide an Affidavit of Service that will prove the service has been done correctly.

Ready to Have Your Documents Served?

What Our Clients Are Saying

Our Pricing

Corporate/Business

$125

Residential

Personal Serve

Can be served to someone other than the named defendant who resides at address

$150

Subserve

Can be served to someone other than the named defendant who resides at address

$125

Miscellaneous Fees

Rush (24 hours)

$50

Same Day Rush

$100

Printing

First 30 pages are free

$0.15

per additional page

Additional Defendant at Same Address

$50

Need a Florida Process Server? Click Below:

ServeNow badge

Types of Service We Provide

At Evolution Process Service, our certified process servers can help your legal team with efficient delivery for a wide variety of different cases while following all of the guidelines for your local court system. Take a look at all of the types of requests that we service below:

  • Subpoena services
  • Evictions
  • Divorce papers
  • Loss mitigation
  • Deed-in-lieu of foreclosure
  • Forbearance
  • Repayment plans
  • Short sales
  • Loan modifications
  • Skip-tracing
  • Occupancy verification

We Serve The Entire State of Florida

If you live in Florida and are looking for a qualified, professional and certified process server, then you need to hire Evolution Process Service. Reach out to us via email or give us a call to learn more about how we can help you take care of serving your documents efficiently! We serve the entire state of Florida, including:

Contact Evolution Process Service today

Evolution Process Service is Florida’s most reliable and reputable option for your service needs. Don’t go through the process alone. Learn more about how an Evolution Process Service can help with your latest court case.

Scroll to Top
Scroll to Top