Texas Process server service's

SLC Speedy Process Servers offers process serving and Notary Services. Please see our services below or visit our Denton, Collin, Dallas, or Tarrant counties pages. 

Phone: (682)207-6642 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

  • Stakeout 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

  • Email your docs to slcspeedyp@gmail.com

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


PROCESS SERVING PRICES

Process Serving Prices vary be case, location, complexity and company. It is recommended to contact us if you need more than just routine, rush, or same-day process serving. We can discuss your needs and give you a free quote based on your specific needs. Please see our Prices by clicking the button above. 

Call 682-207-6642 or email admin@slcspeedyprocessservers.com  or slcspeedyp@gmail.com for more info

Our Fees

Routine
FROM $80
Rush
FROM $115
Same-Day
FROM $140
Alternative Service
Additional documents
Additional defendant at the same address

Distance Fee
Second Address                                                                            
$40 and up
$40 per additional citation along with corresponding docs
$40 per additional person at same address
$50 and up for areas outside of range
From $15 (depending on county) 
Notary Services
Stakeout Services 

$ Varies
$75 per hr.


NEED YOUR DOCUMENTS FILED OR DOMESTICATED?

Let us help! We can file or domesticate your docs for you then get them served as well. Email us your docs, pay your invoice, and we'll get started.

Filing 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. 

Texas Process Serving Made Simple

let's Start with routine service below. our Routine serve is four attempts made between 3 to 7 business days from $80. We also offer Rush or same day service 

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

HOW TO SERVE SOMEONE CHILD CUSTODY PAPERS IN TEXAS

LEARN HOW TO SERVE YOUR CUSTODY PAPERS 

Once you file your child custody or paternity case, you need to ensure that the other parent is "served" with the paperwork. This is formally called "Service of Process." It is the plaintiff's or your responsibility to ensure that the other parent is given notice or due process of the proceedings.

The papers are not served on you by the court. You must make sure the other parent is served if you don't, your case will be dismissed, and you'll have to start over from scratch. 

THE BEST WAY TO SERVE YOUR CHILD'S PARENT IS  TO HIRE A PRIVATE PROCESS SERVER. A PROCESS SERVER IS AN INDIVIDUAL THAT IS REGISTERED AND CERTIFIED BY YOUR STATE TO LEGALLY AND PROPERLY SERVE SERVICE OF PROCESS. 

  • STEP ONE. WHAT ARE YOU SERVING THE DEFENDANT? ALL FORMS THAT WERE FILED WITH THE COURT. MAKE SURE YOU GIVE ALL OF THE DOCUMETNS TO THE PROCESS SERVER SO THEY CAN SERVE THE DEFENDANT WITH ALL OF THE PAPERWORK. 

  • STEP TWO. WHEN DO I SERVE THE DEFENDANT? AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. IF YOU DONT GET THE PAPERWORK SERVED TO THE DEFENDANT BY THE COURT DATE, THEN YOUR CASE CAN BE DISMISSED. KEEP IN MIND THAT SOME PROCESS SERVERS OFFER RUSH SERVICE FOR AN EXTRA FEE IF YOU ARE ON A STRICT DEADLINE.  WE CHARGE AN ADDITONAL $40 FOR THIS SERVICE.

  • STEP THREE. WHO CAN SERVE THE DEFENDANT?  A STATE PROCESS SERVER OR SHERIFF.

  • STEP FOUR. HOW TO SERVE THE DEFENDANT?  A DEFENDANT USUALLY HAS TO BE SERVED IN PERSON FIRST. BEFORE REACHING OUT TO A PROCESS SERVER, TRY TO HAVE AS MANY DETAILS AS POSSIBLE. SOME DEFENDANTS MAY "EVADE SERVICE" SO YOUR PROCESS SERVER WILL NEED AS MUCH INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE SUCH AS PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES, PHOTOS, WORK SCHEDULE, A LITTLE BACKGROUND ON THE CASE AND SO ON. THE ACTUAL PROCESS OF THE SERVICE ATTMEPTS IS LEFT TO THE DISCRETION OF THE PROCESS SERVER.

  • STEP Five. WHAT HAPPENS IF THE DEFENDAnT CANNOT BE SERVED? IF DUE DILLEGENCE HAS BEEN SHOWN (USUALLY THREE SERVICE ATTEMPTS) THAT YOU HAVE TRIED TO SERVE THE DEFENDANT IN PERSON, THEN YOU CAN FILE FOR ALTERNATIVE OR SUBSTITUTE SERVCE . THE JUDGE WILL USUALLY APPROVE FOR THE DEFENDANT TO BE SERVED BY MAIL, AFFIXING THE DOCUMENTS THE FRONT DOOR OF THE RESIDENCE, OR SERVING A SPOUSE.