The simple answer is yes, the Sheriffs office may be able to handle your process serve. BUT Here are some things you should keep in mind regarding hiring a local Process Server such as Greeley Process Server vs. hiring the Sheriff’s department.
You should remember that a process server should be experienced in serving legal documents efficiently, effectively, and within the bounds of the laws here in Colorado. More importantly, professional process servers must be knowledgeable of the legislation surrounding the service of process in Colorado and the Greeley area.
There are several requirements and constraints associated with serving legal documents. If the service is not performed following the law, this can hinder your case from going forward or result in the dismissal of your case.
|Greeley Process Server LLC
|✔ PREFERRED PROVIDER
|✔ SPEED OF SERVICE
|Deputies Run of
Schedule / Affidavit Snail-Mailed
|✔ CUSTOMER SERVICE
|Does not provide updates
|✔ LOGICAL SERVICE TIMES
|Run of schedule (usually daytime hours)
|✔ KNOWLEDGE OF LAWS
| Dependent on Each Deputies Knowledge
|✔ 98%+ SUCCESS RATE
| Lower success rate due to mostly weekday and day time attempts
|✔ COMPETITIVE COST
|✔ LOW COST
* Greeley Process Server makes service attempts at logical times, even in the evening and on weekends, when it makes sense for the respondent to be present.
* Our success rate for process serves with a good address is OVER 98%. And for those situations where the address is not valid, we offer a competitive rate on skip traces and locates.
* You can call or email us anytime to request an update on your serve. And when we complete the job we email you an affidavit that you can present to the court in a timely manner.