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Serving Since 1994

Email Us Service@LocalProcess.com
Call us 888-511-1919

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Our New Phone Number is 888-511-1919

Simple and E-Z.
Here's What You Do . . .

  1. Click Here to Upload Your Documents Securely for Faster Service

  2. We Email Your Prepayment Link — No Surprise Fees!  It's a Flat Rate!

  3. You Receive Email Confirmation It's Out for Service.

  4. You Get Email Status Reports of Every Attempt. Saves You Phone Calls and Emails!
    By using our EZ Web Intake Portal, you are getting a discounted rate. You may email the documents if you like and waive the quoted discount offer

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If you're not pleased with our diligence, feel free to contact me. - Ron Rugen, owner

Our fees are non-refundable and are per address for a single servee.

Your payment is for due diligence. No legitimate process server can guarantee service.
They can only conduct due diligence.  But we would not have been in business since 1994 if we weren't getting the job done.

Why Choose Action Legal Process?

  • Most of our routine first attempts are 3 days or under.  You will not pay extra for routine service.

  • When you hire a company that subcontracts with another company, your prices are higher and quality control is lower.

  • In those areas where we do not have a local server, let us vet the server and control the quality.

  • With Action Legal Process, we compete for price and value.

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Member in Good Standing.




Springfield & all of Illinois

Process Servers

(888) 511-1919

Springfield process servers are used in a variety of tasks such as serving summonses, subpoenas, mechanics liens, and notices, as Springfield process serving company is to serve legal documents to a defendant, a witness, records custodian, or other interested party in a court case.

After serving any legal documents, Springfield process servers must provide the client with an affidavit to be filed by the client with their court to prove the service of process was completed. States vary as to whether the service of process must be notarized.

Springfield process servers are legally required to serve papers in the correct manner laid out by the state where the legal documents originated. Process serving laws vary by state, so each individual process server should be advised by his out of state client if there are any particular laws to be followed exclusive to the state of origin.

Florida documents require certain notations on the service document to be made by the process server when effectuating service.  Most states allow process to be served seven days a week except, most notably, Florida, New York and Texas.  They do not allow Sunday service.

If there are any laws specific to your state, let your process server know in writing prior to the service of process.