Why Use a Boston Massachusetts Constable to Serve Your Civil Process?

A Boston, Massachusetts constable can be a useful asset when serving civil process. Constables are required by law to be bonded for the service of civil process, and they are also mandated to serve all process under Rule 4-c of the Federal and Mass. Rules of Civil Procedure. In addition, constables may be appointed to serve all process in criminal cases. Consequently, A Boston Constables Office can provide a reliable and professional service for those seeking to serve civil process in the Boston/Suffolk County area. 

We are experts in civil process serving.

A Boston process server is an individual who delivers important court documents to an individual who has been summoned to appear in court. When there is a legal issue that needs to be resolved, the court will issue a document called a summons, which must be delivered to the person named in the document. The summons will usually require the person to appear in court on a certain date and time.

If the person named in the summons does not appear in court, they may be found in contempt of court. This can result in a warrant being issued for their arrest. In some cases, the court may allow the process server to deliver the summons directly to the person named in the document. However, this is not always possible, and sometimes a process server may need to hand-deliver the summons to the individual's residence or place of business.

We know the law and will make sure your papers are served correctly.

There are several ways to serve papers on individual defendants. All depend on your knowing where the defendant is. If you can't find the defendant personally, it's important to understand that avoiding being served with legal documents does not make the case against you disappear, and it could have legal consequences.

In most instances, the proof of service will be completed by the process server who has delivered the necessary legal documents to the defendant.

In order to ensure that your case proceeds as planned, it's crucial that you understand how process serving works and what your options are if something goes wrong.

We will keep you updated on the status of your case.

We will keep you updated on the status of your case. You can expect to receive updates from us regularly. We appreciate your patience as we work to resolve your case.

We understand the importance of timely service of process.

We understand the importance of timely service of process. Service of process is a critical step in a civil action. If not done properly, things can grind to a halt. A Massachusetts Constable or Massachusetts process server or a Sheriff is often used to ensure subsequent legal documents are served in a timely manner. Contact Colon Constable Services for more information on how we can help you with your Massachusetts process serving needs.

We will serve your papers anywhere in Massachusetts.

We will serve your papers anywhere in Massachusetts. We will work with your timeline to serve your civil process documents. 

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