What you need to know
If you find yourself looking to hire a Windsor Process Server, there are a few things that you need to consider and have ready to go before you get started. The first, is to have all of the documents, explanations, and information you need from the court ready and signed/stamped. Organization is absolutely key with legal proceedings and having everything prepared beforehand is going to save you a lot of trouble in the future.
Hiring a Process Server in Windsor
A lot of factors go into finding the right process server for you. And it takes a lot of time to find the right person.
So, in order to save you all of the time and find the perfect process server for you without any of that hassle, Court Runner is your solution!
An application that you can download on android, iOS or desktop, Court Runner has an organized network of process servers ready to serve your documents reliable, affordably, accessibly, and quickly. Just download, sign up, and get started, to make your legal proceedings a breeze. Yes, it is that simple!
To get an idea for process server pricing in Windsor, you have to break it down by area. For example, general inner-city Windsor services (out until LaSalle) average out at the $100 mark as an all-inclusive fee for 3 attempts, most often without mileage. However, as soon as you reach Essex County, prices will start climbing to the $160, and also start including mileage fees as well.
Windsor process server also offer regular process serving, which is usually applicable to those with a large amount of legal cases (firms, individuals in legal battles, landlords). While it really does depend on the agency or server, this means that your standard costs will receive a regular discount based on their volume. If this might be the case, make sure you download the most reliable and efficient process serving APP to do the job for you.
Court Runner FeesProcess Serving
- Plus HST
- Plus Mileage
- Plus MISC
Affidavit of Service – what is it?
The Affidavit of Service is the most essential part of the process, besides the target party’s reception of the documents. This is the signed, legitimate proof of reception and proof that the process serving was carried out, with the date and time indicated, alongside identification proof and signatures (if needed). This will then need to be filed with the court, which can be carried out by your or by the process server if agreed upon in advance (at an extra charge, of course).
Once everything is filed with the court and entered into the official record, you will need to wait until the court notifies you of the following step. We personally recommend staying in touch or noting down all the information of your service of process (or simply sticking to Court Runner) so that you can quickly organize a follow up service of documents if necessary.