Texas Process Servers
Why hire a local Killeen, Texas process server?
Harlee Civil Process provides service of process and other legal assistance services throughout Texas out of our Killeen office. Our Killeen process servers are certified and educated on Texas Rules of Civil Procedure and will legally and quickly serve your subpoenas, writs, summons and complaints, and notices.
It is important to hire a Texas process server who is familiar with the laws and regulations surrounding service of process in the area where the defendant resides. Harlee Civil Process not only knows the laws, but also law enforcement and the geography of Killeen, Austin, and the surrounding areas. Our clients enjoy that we facilitate service so that they can avoid delays or additional court fees.
Process Service: Professional and fast service of subpoenas, writs, notices, and other legal documents for attorneys and private individuals throughout the United States.
Court and Municipal Filings: Any and all necessary documentation reviewed and filed with local, state, or federal courts. We also provide electronic filing assistance as needed.
Courier Service: Same-day, secure delivery of documents in Killeen and throughout Bell County.
Records Research and Retrieval: Local, state, and federal records, DMV databases, bankruptcy records, real estate titles, and asset searches. Provide physical or electronic evidence for litigation or civil court cases.
Public Notary: Witness, affirmation, and notarized signatures in our office or in yours.
Surveillance: Investigation and legal photographic evidence associated with persons locate, service of process, employment, or background checks.
- Standard service – In Killeen and surrounding areas
- Service attempted within 48 Hours
- Rush service attempted within 24 hours
- Results provided within 24 Hours of receipt of request
- Rates vary based on urgency and distance
- Volume discounts for attorney firms
Our Pledge to All of our Clients
- No maximum attempts at service!
- No hidden charges!
- Service attempts continue until it is apparent that the property is unoccupied or the subject is avoiding.