Every court summons, subpoena, or other legal notice needs to be served as swiftly as possible to facilitate the legal process as much as possible while following due process of law. Because of the Due Process Clause included in the United States Constitution, a key component of the legal process is providing sufficient notice to ensure legal proceedings are fair to the individual or group in question. Often, this means that a court case must wait, and can be stalled for weeks, when a summons or notice has not been served. When you hire an appointed process server in Arkansas, are they working for you the way you need?

When Time is of the Essence

When it comes to serving legal notices, court summons, and even divorce notices, time is one of the most important factors. The sooner your legal papers are served, the sooner you can move forward with the legal process. Yet, despite this, many process servers take almost a week before they even make their first attempt at service. This means you’re left waiting a week or more before you can continue the legal process, and that assumes your process server is successful on the first attempt at service and gets you an Affidavit of Service quickly. At McKinney Process Service, we understand how important it is to have your legal papers served quickly and properly, so we strive to make our first attempt at serving papers within 72 hours of receiving your request. On top of that, we aim to have every job completed and legal notice served within five days.

Multiple Attempts

If you’ve ever been responsible for serving a court summons or other legal papers in the past, you have undoubtedly experienced how infrequently it is possible to serve someone on the first try. If your process server charges you for every attempt or limits how many tries they will make, it may be time to find a new appointed process server. At McKinney Process Service, we know it’s uncommon for a recipient to actually be available to be served papers on the first try; that’s why we offer unlimited attempts at the recipient’s home and work address (as long as they are within the same county).

Get Proof to Get Moving

When you need a court summons or legal papers served, how long do you end up waiting before you receive confirmation that your notice or documents have been served? How many days after that pass by before you get a notarized Affidavit of Service? With McKinney Process Service, we keep you in the loop. Use our online client portal to track the status of your job and, once the legal notices have been served, you’ll be told online and we’ll mail you a notarized Affidavit of Service.

If you need court summons, legal notices, or other legal papers served in Arkansas, call McKinney Process Servers. We are appointed process servers in Arkansas and we will get your legal papers served quickly, so schedule your service today!