Thank you for your interest in process service through Twenty Four Seven Investigations. The following information explains some of the steps involved in completing your service:
Process Serving Request Form
The Process Serving Request Form can be filled out using Acrobat Reader or any PDF viewer; you can also print it and fill it out by hand. Remember to print your name, sign and date the form, and include your court documents when submitting. If you are supplying multiple addresses, please identify as “Home” or “Business”, and identify the service address to attempt first/as priority.
You may choose one of the following methods of getting documents to us:
• Via Email – scan the completed Process Serving Request Form, plus one copy of the court documents, and email to email@example.com
• Via Mail/Courier – please send the completed Process Serving Request Form and one copy of the court documents (if multiple parties, one each) for each service, plus one copy for the Affidavit of Service, if required.
Please see our Price Structure/Region list; final cost of service will vary depending on the region, number of attempts, number of parties, addresses, rush requests and disbursements. If you require us to make attempts at multiple addresses and the addresses are in different areas, additional charges will apply.
We prefer payment via Interac e-Transfer for fastest commencement of service; if you cannot e-Transfer, we will accept payment by cheque.
• Please send Interac e-Transfers to firstname.lastname@example.org
• Please make cheques payable to Twenty Four Seven Investigations Inc.
Prepayment is required for general public clients; payment is due within 30 days for business clients. If you have provided a deposit, any remaining balance will be refunded back to you after completion. If you cannot receive an e-Transfer, please allow 14 business days to process and mail a refund cheque to you.
We will make every effort to serve your party as quickly as we can. We will begin with 1 or 2 attempts, depending on the location.
If we are unable to serve, and it is warranted to continue, we will do another group of attempts. A maximum of 4 attempts will be made.
If we are unable to personally serve the party and we believe that they are evading, at your request we will provide you with an Affidavit of Attempted Service (see Additional Fees in the Price Structure/Region List).
An Affidavit of Attempted Service gives a detailed overview of each attempt made and the details surrounding what transpired. This can then be used to support an application to the Court to obtain an Order for Alternative Service. Alternative Service, if granted by the Judge, permits another method of service to be used (e.g. Post to the Door).