Arizona quick serve has been in operation since 1999. We are also licensed private investigators. We have placed some of the commonly asked questions below. Feel free to email or call us if you have any questions related to process service.
Frequently Asked Questions:
When will you get started serving my papers?
We will begin attempts on your documents within 2 business days of receipt when received before 10AM. For example, if we receive your documents on a Tuesday before 10AM, we will have made at least one attempt to serve them by the end of Thursday. We also offer same day service for an additional cost.
How many times will you attempt to process serve my papers?
This will depend on the address where we are serving at, but generally we will attempt around 4-5 times at an address. Please contact us by email or phone if you have further questions regarding the number of attempts.
Will you wait at an address for a defendant to show up and serve them at that time?
Yes, we can perform a surveillance if needed to serve someone. Please contact our office by phone or email to obtain pricing. There is an hourly fee involved when we do a surveillance to serve process.
I don't know where the defendant lives at, can you assist me?
Yes, we are licensed private investigators so we have access to numerous non-public databases to locate defendants.
Do you charge in advance?
Payment is expected in advance for serving documents. For your convenience we accept cash, checks, credit cards (Master Card, Visa, American Express, and Discover), cashiers checks, and money orders.
Can you guarantee that you will serve my papers?
Although we cannot guarantee service, we will guarantee that we will do our best to get the documents served for you. If we are unable to serve the papers due to a
bad address or someone not opening the door for us, we will contact you and give you some options on how to proceed.
How do I know when the papers ave been served?
We can contact you by phone and let you know when the papers have been served. We will also mail or email a copy of the affidavit of service to you.