Serve someone in prison or jail

To serve someone in Texas, you have to start with a physical address, whether incarcerated or not. You can locate an inmate's physical address through the Texas Department of Criminal Justice search tool. Use the link below.

Serving your documents speedily!

Phone: (214)245-3907 or Email: admin@slcspeedyprocessservers.com or slcspeedyp@gmail.com


What we offer and services

Private Process Server Company offering service of process in Denton, Dallas, Collin, and Tarrant counties
  • Process Serving Standard Services

  • Process Serving Rush Services

  • Process Serving Same-Day Services

  • We Serve documents at any location (residential, businesses, registered agents, government offices, Airports, Medical facilities, etc.)

  • We offer Mobile Notary Services



What We Serve

Our Process Serving includes:
  • Petitions

  • Subpoena

  • Notifications

  • Summons

  • Citations

  • Demand Letters

  • Delivering Courtesy Copy Documents

  • Writs

  • Court Papers

  • Bankruptcy petitions or winding up petitions

  • All other legal documents




Our Process

  • Call, email or view our website for info including routine, rush, or same-day

  • Pay your invoice or pay through our website if no special services needed

  • Upload or email your docs

  • Our process servers will get started depending on the speed of service you chose. 

  • Once all attempts are made, a proof of service or non-service affidavit will be emailed to you and filed with the court. 

  • If you need additional services, contact us. 

Suing someoine in jail or prison? use the tool below

We can serve any business, entity, corporation, or LLC on your behalf. 

In Texas, you must have a physical address to serve any defendant. If you are unsure of their address, you can use the TDCJ Offender search tool, to research where their location. Once you have an address, you can hire us to serve them for you.

From $80

Respondent waiver of service

The incarcerated respondent does not have to be served with the initial court papers if he or she filled out and signed a Respondent’s Original Answer form, or a Waiver of Service Only form. It must be signed in front of a notary! We can serve the documents and notarize it for you. 

From $80

 texas PRIVATE PROCESS SERVERs 

Why choose us? 

Private process server vs sheriff or large company

A private process is always a better option than going with the sheriff or a large company. Private process servers can make service attempts at all hours of the day, not just business hours. Private process servers are diligent in getting your documents served and ensuring that your case isn't held up. 

Pricing for a process server

Our standard service starts at $80 in Denton or Collin county.  Rush service of process is $150 and Same-Day is $200. Visit our Denton or Collin county pages to see what cities we cover.

Our standard service starts at $90 in Dallas or Tarrant county.  Rush service of process is $150 and Same-Day is $200. Visit our Denton or Collin county pages to see what cities we cover.

service of process

You'll get detailed updated attempts throughout the process. A proof of service or notarized affidavit will be filed with the court once service is complete.

If you are not happy with our service, we will work with you until we can find an option that works for you.

Need a case file retrieved from a court?

Let us help! We charge $100 pus court fees to retrieve  court records or case file from any Denton, Collin, Dallas, or Tarrant counties.

Court Record Retrieval Services: $100 plus court fees

TEXAS RULES AND PROCEDURE

You cannot serve someone on a Sunday in Texas nor if the defendant is coming out of court mediation. It is illegal! However, if your case is filed out of state, we can serve process by that's state's rules and procedures. 

Why do you need a process server?

A process server or sheriff are authorized in Texas to serve service of process on behalf of your suit/case. The judge over your case may order you to hire a process server to serve your documents. Process Servers can serve a variety of documents including subpoenas, petitions, citations, summons, demand letters, some writs and so much more.  

Process Servers are not PI'S we can not locate someone for you, but we can assist with locating  an address and offer stakeout services for difficult defendants. 




texas Process serving made simple

let's Start with routine service below. our Routine serve is four service attempts made within 7 business days for $80 to $90. we also offer rush for $150 or same-day service at $200.

Denton county tx

Routine service of process in Denton county. Regular coverage areas are: Carrollton, Coppell, Denton, Flower Mound, Frisco, Grapevine,  Lewisville, Plano, and The Colony. Any city outside of these areas will have an additional distance fee added on.

$80

collin county tx

Allen, Carrollton, Dallas, Frisco, Garland, Plano, McKinney, and Richardson. Any city outside of these areas will have an additional distance fee added on.

$80

dallas county tx

Addison, Carrollton, Coppell,  North Dallas,  Garland,  Farmers Branch, Irving, Lewisville, and Richardson. Any city outside of these areas will have an additional distance fee added on.

$90

tarrant county tx

Euless, Flower Mound, Grapevine, and Southlake. Any city outside of these areas will have an additional distance fee added on.

$90

What to do if you've been served

If you have been served court papers or documents, whether it is a citation, summons, or subpoena, you the defendant usually as 20 to 30 days to respond. The exact amount of days your have to respond, court date, court info, case info., or anything else should be on the front or second page of the citation, summons, or subpoena. 

It is not a good idea to ignore legal documents you have been served with. Not responding to a court document can lead to a judgment given without you being able to defend yourself as the defendant or can lead to legal consequences. 


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HOW IT WORKS?


order below

Email your documents or use the order form. If you are serving an individual, a photo or physical description would be helpful along with work hours, phone number, etc.

pay your invoice

Once payment is made we will get started on your case depending on the speed you chose. 

updates

From the first attempt to the last, you will receive live, detailed updates on service attempts.

proof of service

Once all service attempts are completed we will either file a proof of service or non-service affidavit with the court. 

What is a demand letter?

A process server can assist you in getting this letter served immediately before any legal action is taken. Hire us to assist in this matter. Call us at 214-245-3907 or email admin@slcspeedyprocessservers.com. Click the picture below.


demand letter is a formal document sent by one party to another in an effort to resolve a dispute. The sending party might issue a demand letter requesting payment or another action to right a wrong or settle some type of grievance. Here are the key points about demand letters:
  1. Purpose: Demand letters are typically written by lawyers and serve as the first step before initiating legal action against the recipient. They outline the damages, specify a demand for restitution, set a deadline, and describe the consequences if the conditions aren’t met.

  2. Content: Most demand letters include directions on how to resolve the issue, including payment details and deadlines. The recipient may choose to comply with the writer’s request, respond with their own letter denying the claims, or even ignore the demand letter.

  3. Good Faith: While demand letters are not legally required, they are frequently used in contract lawtort law, and commercial law cases. Sending a demand letter demonstrates good faith in trying to come to a resolution

Kenton, W. (2024) Demand letter: Definition, purposes, sample contents, and legality, Investopedia. Available at: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/d/demand-letter.asp (Accessed: 24 May 2024).

Demand letter (2022) Legal Information Institute. Available at: https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/demand_letter (Accessed: 24 May 2024).