Myers Attorney’s Services offers process service, private investigation services, document retrieval services, courier services, background check services, and document retrieval services in Bentonville, Arkansas. We are a family business and our team works together to offer you the best quality of services, no matter what your needs are.
Myers Attorney’s Services built its reputation on process service, and we still offer exceptional quality in this area. All our process servers are trained and experienced professionals who have been certified by Arkansas courts. This ensures that they have the expertise to serve your documents correctly and accurately. As well, all our process servers take educational classes to improve their skills and knowledge. We have been in business since 1963, and our methods and training are current, allowing our clients to enjoy experience and recent training.
We offer process service in Bentonville, across Arkansas, across the US, and around the world. We work with a network of professional servers to offer you the solutions you need. Our expedited services and our up-to-date status updates offer you peace of mind.
Myers Attorney’s Services has expanded its services over the years to offer:
Contact us today to discuss solutions for your needs. PLEASE MAIL ALL DOCUMENTS TO OUR CORPORATE OFFICE IN LITTLE ROCK!
It's natural to have plenty of questions about process of service in Arkansas. Our handy FAQ can help. Myers Attorney’s Services's team members are often asked:
Service of process involves informing individuals in a court case or legal action about the case or action so that they can respond. This takes place when documents are served by professionals known as process servers. Process service is an important part of the court system and legal system.
A process server is a professional who has the training (and in some states, the certification) to serve individuals with legal documents. This professional needs to find the target and serve the documents in accordance with all relevant laws. This person must then file an affidavit of service, which proves that the target was served. The affidavit of service also offers additional information about the process of service, including information about where and when the service took place. This document can be used in a court of law to prove that the service took place.
In some cases, process servers work individually. While it is possible to hire this type of process server, for the average client it is difficult to vet the qualifications of an individual. That's why it is often a good idea to work with a company such as Myers Attorney’s Services. We carefully screens Bentonville process servers, so you can be sure that your documents are in good hands. In fact, all Arkansas process servers that Myers Attorney’s Services works with are court-certified in the state and have extensive experience and training. In addition, Myers Attorney’s Services offers easy status checks online and via phone, something that most individual process servers cannot offer.
Do you have a question not answered here? Contact Myers Attorney’s Services today to get the answers you need.
Call us at (479) 250-1588 or fill out our form for a qualified process server.