"Colorado PROCESS SERVICE" means delivering Colorado legal papers to an individual or business, using formal procedures so that the person cannot deny they received the documents. The Colorado law requires many different types of documents be "personally served" - i.e., personally delivered, with a formal declaration or affidavit filed with the Colorado Court establishing the date, time and place of service.
Your Colorado court papers will be served on time, with professionalism and strict compliance with the law by our Colorado registered licensed process servers. We are experts in Colorado process service under the law, with over 25 years' experience. This means your papers get served quickly and efficiently. Your written proof of service gets prepared correctly and filed with the Colorado Court.
In most states, any person at least 18 years old, and not a party to the action, can serve Colorado court papers. There are some exceptions-debtor examinations, subpoenas, experts, levy garnishments, and restraining orders. But it is usually not advisable to ask just anybody to serve your papers for you. If your target is served improperly, the Colorado Court can throw your case out without a hearing. This can be expensive, aggravating and embarrassing.
Colorado Process service needs to be done right. A Colorado registered licensed process server will know how to make sure the target individual or business gets those legal papers. A Colorado registered licensed process server will know how to prepare a written proof of service, and how to file it with the court within the time allowed by law.
It's smart to hire a Colorado registered licensed process server who knows the rules, who knows people, who has experience dealing with irate and upset people, and who can defuse a potentially-violent situation. Since Colorado process service is fraught with possibilities for bad things happening, it is also smart to hire a Colorado registered licensed process server with insurance and bonding.
Your case is at stake. You do not want to scrimp when you hire a Colorado registered licensed process server to serve your legal papers.