Are You Looking for a Process Server in Ohio?
While it is not the most conspicuous aspect of a court case, subpoenas and other legal process services are a critical component of the U.S. legal system. By law, legal documents, including summons, complaints, subpoenas and writs, must be properly served to defendants or individuals involved in court cases. To preserve objectivity in a legal proceeding, a disinterested third party must serve documents. Failure to properly serve the necessary legal documents can impede a case from moving forward or even lead to its dismissal.
Why Choose Mike Mobley Reporting as Your Process Server?
Your court case is too important to leave something as vital as process service to chance. Mike Mobley Reporting has four full-time process servers with the knowledge and skills needed to serve legal documents with the utmost efficiency. To help you save time in filing motions and ensure your critical legal documents are served in accordance with jurisdictional requirements, our firm has secured standing appointments as special process servers in the Ohio counties listed below.
- Greene County – cities include Beavercreek, Fairborn and Xenia
- Hamilton County – cities include Cincinnati and surrounding towns
- Miami County – cities include Troy and Piqua
- Montgomery County – cities include Centerville, Dayton, and Kettering
- Preble County – cities include Eaton
- Warren County – cities include Lebanon
We are also able to perform process services in the following additional Ohio counties:
- Auglaize County – Wapakoneta
- Butler County – Hamilton and West Chester
- Clark County – Springfield
- Clermont County – Batavia
- Clinton County – Wilmington
- Darke County – Greenville
- Delaware County – Delaware
- Franklin County – cities include Columbus and surrounding towns
- Madison County
- Mercer County – Celina and Coldwater
- Shelby County – Sidney
We can also help you arrange for a process server in other parts of Ohio.
The preferred process service method is in-person delivery to the named party. If in-person service cannot be accomplished for any reason, many court statutes allow for process service to another person on behalf of the named party, including a member of the household, place of business, parent, guardian or registered agent.
After your legal documents are delivered, Mike Mobley Reporting provides the necessary notarized Affidavits of Service so you can feel secure in knowing that this step in the legal proceedings has been accomplished successfully.
Process Servers Outside of Ohio
In some states, individuals offering process services must be licensed. Even if a licensed process server is not required in the state where you need service, you want someone who is experienced and reliable. Mike Mobley Reporting can provide referrals for qualified process servers, whether they are needed in another town or in a different state.
For a referral, or to find out how we can help you with process service, please call us at 1-800-894-4327 or send us an email.