G V Process & Investigations ​

The title “process server” is one that those in the legal field know all about, and those outside of the legal business probably have little to no understanding of. There are a lot of misconceptions about what process serving is and what is needed of process servers on a day-to-day basis.

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What does a process server do?

Process servers are needed in an assortment of tasks such as filing court papers, serving legal documents, and document retrieval. Their principal job is to deliver or “serve” legal documents to a defendant or person involved in a court case. After serving any legal documents, process servers must deliver actual evidence that the legal papers were served.

The verification that is offered is referred to as an affidavit of service or proof of service, which must be notarized and given to the individual or company who required the papers to be served. Process servers are legally required to serve papers in the correct manner laid out by their state


A common mental image people have of process servers is of serving divorce papers. That’s definitely part of the job – but there’s a lot more involved.

A process server is a support role in the legal and court system. Process servers hand deliver official court and legal documents such as subpoenas, summons, complaints, and more to individuals involved in court cases.

Because a process server works closely with other legal professionals, they must be familiar with legal practices and processes (more on that below). Another necessary job activity – research skills! Finding hard-to-locate individuals is routine work for a process server.

However, process servers do more than just delivering papers. Process service requires several skills that go beyond just handing over documents. Getting an individual served and having the service stand up in court requires persistence, knowledge of the court rules and service requirements, and clear, thorough record keeping

Other Services

  1. Investigations
  2. Skip Tracing
  3. Repossessions
  4. Debt Recovery
  5. Divorce Papers
  6. Family Law
  7. Bankruptcy Notices
  8. Summons
  9. Subpoenas
  10. Writs
  11. Complaints
  12. And much more


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G V Process & Investigations P/L

443 Goulburn Valley Hwy, Shepparton Vic 3630

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