A.C.E Process Servers
Contact Name: Anthony Walker
Location: New Hampshire
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Phone Number: 888-702-0997
Agency for Civil Enforcement Corp.
Contact Name: Jon M. Levy
Location: New Hampshire
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Phone Number: 888-406-6517
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Many Great Process Servers perform service of process services throughout the entire state that they are operating within. Here, you can search for Process Servers by state. Each state page has a complete list of all of the counties and cities where Process Servers provide local services.
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Our New Hampshire private Process Servers are trained, experienced and authorized agents you can depend upon. All New Hampshire Process Servers have been screened prior to listing on this site and are consistently educated about the laws governing each service of process. Our New Hampshire Process Servers are acutely aware of the Federal and State statues and the rules of civil procedure in their respective areas. If our New Hampshire process servers are uncertain or perhaps have a question concerning proper service of process, they can access statutes which we provide online. In addition, Process Servers in New Hampshire with questions, or who need to discuss the particulars of a service can call or text our office for assistance at any time of the day or night and on weekends too. Our Process Servers are generally “Self Sufficient Providers”, yet they always know there is a manager on duty that they can go to when needed.
Some states prohibit the delivery or serving of documents on Sundays, Holidays, and/or Election Days. However, some states will allow the service of documents under special circumstances. One such circumstance is when the service of process is pursuant to a court order. Please review the laws of the state that you wish to serve papers, or have papers served, to see whether that state has any delivery restrictions.
The following is a list of states that prohibit service of process on Sundays, Holidays, or Election Days:
FLORIDA: According to the Florida Statutes §48.20, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays.
MAINE: According to the Maine Revised Statutes §705, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays.
MASSACHUSETTS: According to the General Laws of Massachusetts Chapter 136, Sec. 8, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays.
MICHIGAN: According to the Michigan Compiled Laws §600.1831, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays and Election Days. A recent statute passed in 2005 by the state legislature also prohibited the service of civil process on a person attending a worship service of a religious organization.
MINNESOTA: According to the Minnesota Statutes §645.44(5), service of process cannot be performed on holidays.
NEW YORK: According to the New York General Business Law §11, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays. Also, according to the New York General Business Law §13, process cannot be maliciously served on Saturday upon a person who keeps Saturday as holy time.
RHODE ISLAND: According to the General Laws of Rhode Island §9-5-24, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays.
SOUTH DAKOTA: According to the South Dakota Codified Laws §1-5-2, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays.
TENNESSEE: According to the Tennessee Code Annotated §20-2-105 and 106, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays, except by a court order.
TEXAS: According to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 6, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays.
VIRGINIA: According to the Code of Virginia §8.01-289, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays.
WEST VIRGINIA: According to the West Virginia Code §56-3-16, service of process cannot be performed on Sundays.
In New Hampshire Proper Service of Process is our Process Servers’ highest priority. When you send us a Great Process Server a request you are guaranteed the process server handling your service will be equipped with all the skills, tools and support needed for accomplishing proper service and an appropriate Proof of Service Affidavit..
Please be advised, anyone listed on this New Hampshire page can assist you with service of process on a statewide basis. New Hampshire Process Servers travel extensively and are aligned with process servers throughout the state. The address where the company is listed may not have a bearing on and where your process services are provided.
New Hampshire Private Process Servers in this directory are Great Process Servers!