As you develop your legal case, you may find the need to serve a subpoena. There are rules and laws that govern how a subpoena is correctly executed, which is why finding the right service is essential. Being accurate and following all of the proper legal procedures can make a difference to your case. Glucroft Investigations subpoena process services are always handled with expertise and a full knowledge of the different scenarios and situations. Doing all we can to help you win your case is a top concern and priority of ours.
Subpoena Process Server
You need your subpoenas served quickly and correctly, because without proper service, your lawsuit won’t be heard or that witness won’t be compelled to appear. Don’t jeopardize your case with lesser process servers. Glucroft Investigations can serve your court documents nationwide and will make multiple attempts to ensure good service.
Business subpoenas will always go to the proper Agent for Service of Process, and personal subpoenas will always be sub-served when the type of case permits it. We back up our service with complete and accurate Proof of Service documentation. Everything is done correctly and accurately so you can move your case forward with confidence.
Massive Documentation For Big Cases
Deposition Officer Services
Workers’ Comp, Personal Injury and Business Lawsuits can all require massive amounts of documentation as evidence. But getting all of those records through subpoena is a meticulous, laborious process. Use our Deposition Officer Services and leave the details to us.
We’ll send out your Deposition Subpoenas for Production of Records, track the response deadlines with a stopwatch, and then hand-deliver the subpoenas with registered process servers as soon as we’re legally permitted.
We will also act as your Deposition Officer to receive those records on your behalf, track every detail, and deliver all the materials to you quickly, neatly, and with all the proper documentation. With Glucroft Investigations as your Deposition Officer, we handle the subpoena details, allowing you to more fully focus on your clients and the specifics of their case.
As part of our subpoena process services, we offer commissioned notary services. We can notarize your out-of-state subpoenas, witness statements and declarations, and any other documents relevant to your case.