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Arnie's Process Serving and Court Services

Arnold Pasternack

Process Servers for BOC-3 Agents and Registered Agents

Quickie's Services

Amanda Quick

Process Servers for BOC-3 Agents and Registered Agents

ABC Process and Court Services

Bari Galloway

Process Servers for BOC-3 Agents and Registered Agents

Metro Process

Artie Scott

Process Servers for BOC-3 Agents and Registered Agents

The act of service of process upon a BOC-3 or Registered Agent is an official duty carried out by a Process Server. This involves delivering notice of a lawsuit, subpoena, or court order filed against a corporate entity, or even a subpoena for records or trial. Typically, legal process entails serving a corporate entity at its BOC-3 Agent and/or Registered Agent office. When process is served on the BOC-3 Agent or a Registered Agent, the court gains jurisdiction over the corporate entity, ensuring the progression of your case.

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In the context of serving a corporate entity through its BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent, the summons, legal documents, notice, demand, or subpoena are consistently served in strict compliance with applicable laws and the protocols of the BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent office. serves as your comprehensive solution, catering to attorneys, law firms, and paralegal professionals seeking swift access to local Process Servers specializing in delivering crucial documents and serving process to Registered Agents.

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Our adept and authorized Process Servers handle legal notices, subpoenas, and court documents, ensuring entities are served through their designated BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent across every state in the United States. The reputation of Process services provided by is unmatched in the legal and corporate sectors, recognized for its punctual service of process and impeccable proof and affidavit of service.

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Our Process Servers interact with Registered Agents solely in person at their offices. Process Servers conduct in-person service at the designated office address and cannot facilitate alternative methods to connect with any Registered Agent other than arranging for service at their office in Person.

Private In-Person Process Serving at BOC-3 Agent and Registered Agent Offices

Our listed Process Servers offer round-the-clock availability, ensuring seamless service of process wherever and whenever you require it. With our Process Servers on standby, you can expect expedited service of process and timely delivery of your crucial legal documents to the Registered Agent you designate.

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In addition to receiving service of process in connection with a lawsuit against or a subpoena for the corporation directly, the BOC-3 Agent and Registered Agent receives other critical and time sensitive documents, such as, but not limited to:

  • Bankruptcy Documents
  • Citations
  • Collection Letters
  • Court Orders
  • Demand Letters
  • Evictions
  • Foreclosure
  • Intellectual Property
  • Motions
  • Notices
  • Notifications
  • Order to Show Cause
  • Statement Of Claim
  • Subpoenas
  • Writ of Garnishment
  • Writs

  • Can a BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent refuse to accept service?

    Occasionally Process Servers must "Drop Service" on an uncooperative BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent. When an employee of the BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent who is legally permitted to accept service will refuse to take the documents, the Process Server will leave the documents anyway. Depending on the situation, this could occur at any time or place. If the Process Server is certain the named corporate entity and Registered Agent is correct, they will serve the papers regardless of the employee resistance or uncooperative attitude. The BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent must accept service even if it means we leave the documents on their desk, at their feet or anywhere were the papers can be easily seen and retrieved by the agent or employee of the agent. We only do this when necessary, which is not often.

    Serving a Corporate Entity in Care of it's BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent

    When you send your documents to be served on a corporation through its BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent, for example, ABC Corp. c/o John Smith, the rules of service that apply whether John Smith is the BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent, an officer or simply accepting the papers on the behalf of ABC Corp as the attorney, BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent. Serving a Registered Agent is much easier that if serving a person and is usually completed quicker.

    Process serving in general could be complicated. However, serving a corporate entity through its BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent is not. Service made upon a BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent gives you the convenience, reassurance and accountability service of your legal documents and avoids typical complications or errors.

    Flat fee offerings for any service of process for BOC-3 Agent and Registered Agents or corporate entities.

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    Perfect affidavits, proofs and or return of service are emailed to you upon successful completion.

    You are updated as the Process Server progresses and informed the minute of completion of your service.

    Expedited return of original affidavits is available upon request.

    For your Edification, not all Process Servers are Equal nor are their results!

    A staggering number of process services are challenged due to insufficient service resulting in adversarial hearings or motions to quash service. We have heard more about this during the past few years, and it only seems to be getting more popular as a defense to stall or move to dismiss cases. Now, more than ever, is the time for your Process Server to make sure service is made in strict compliance to the laws of the issuing jurisdiction.

    Be it Federal U.S.D.C. Law, State Law or County Law, service of process must be effected properly. If not handled properly, you may lose, your client may loose and we all are screwed, to say the least. Process Servers in this directory are known for getting service done right the first time, no doubt, no speculation, only a service of process completed as it is supposed to be. There are only two ways to serve a BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent of a corporate entity; the wrong way and the right way. The Process Server you hire will guarantee your service will be handle properly and the effectuated the right way.

    There are many attributes you benefit from when you engage the services of a Process Server from this directory:

  • Consistent standards, methods and reliability.
  • Extensive Knowledge.
  • Ability to serve and deliver documents to any BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent in all fifty states, Puerto Rico, and District of Columbia.
  • Technologically secure, encrypted, advanced and all times accessibility assured.
  • Process Servers are accredited.
  • Process Servers are diligent.
  • Process Servers are registered, authorized and or certified.
  • Process Servers are thorough.
  • Process Servers do not have complaints or legal actions otherwise they would not be listed in this directory.
  • Process Servers offer service you can trust and depend upon.
  • Process Servers strive to make every service of process easy and efficient.

  • Optional and Additional Process Serving and Legal Support Services Provided:

  • Courthouse and Public Records Research Services
  • Digital images
  • Due diligence services
  • Email and phone number search
  • Filing corporate documents
  • Finding Directors, Managers and Agent's

  • Why do so many attorneys, paralegals, legal professionals, and corporate counsel use Process Servers from this directory to serve Registered Agents and corporations?

  • First, they offer one of the best customer experiences in the industry. It starts from the moment you contact one of our Process Server, be it by phone, email or text, and continues with easy order tracking, email notification of progression of service, and getting your service done fast and with minimum effort on your end.
  • Second, hardly anyone in the industry can beat the lowest fee quotes offered by our Process Servers.
  • Third, our constant commitment for quality and results has earned our directory services the distinction of the best directory service for more than two decades. In other words, users of our directory love us and the Process Servers listed, and together will do everything we can to continue a love fest with you too!

  • After twenty eight years working within the nationwide BOC-3 Agent and Registered Agent legal system, one special lesson rises to the top - the most successful and dependable process services occur when the best Process Server handles your service. On time activation of your service, expedient handling of the service and diligent efforts is what you will experience. All experienced and skilled efforts combined is what our listed Process Servers offer you.

    What if you do not know the name or location of the BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent is?

    One simple approach is to call the business and ask who, and where the BOC-3 Agent and or Registered Agent is located? If they will not tell you, please click on our find a BOC-3 Agent or Registered Agent page and conduct an easy search. We made it easy for you. To identify a corporate entity organized in any state, you should be able to get this information from the office of the secretary of state which can be found on this site.

      Some Services are Likely to Incur a Surcharge

    • Multiple services at the same address or upon the same entity completed at the same time. The cost depends upon the particulars you provide your Process Server.
    • Having the affidavit returned by overnight courier (may not be available the day following service) or by any service requiring more than typical postage will incur additional fees.
    • Weekend service or service attempted at a specific time at your request. The surcharge cost depends upon the Process Server you hire.
    • Special handling of requests made outside of normal business hours is billed by the hour.

    Service of process upon Registered Agents and Corporate Entities

    Service of process notifies the corporate entity a legal action has been filed against it, enabling it to defend itself by answering the complaint with any available defenses or counterclaims. Unless service is properly made, a served entity does not need to take any action on a lawsuit filed against it or a subpoena served upon it. However, entities, through their attorney, should appear in court to challenge the sufficiency of service of process rather than risk an entry of default judgment.

    To properly serve a registered agent or BOC-3 Agent with legal documents, you must provide:

    Copy of the complaint. Summons, which must: identify the court and the parties; be directed to the defendant; state the name and address of the plaintiff's attorney (or of the plaintiff itself if not represented by an attorney); state the time within which the defendant must respond by or appear and defend itself, notify the defendant that a failure to appear and defend will result in a default judgment against the defendant for the relief demanded in the complaint; and be signed by the court clerk and bear the court's official seal. Any additional materials filed with the complaint. In addition, the plaintiff should serve a copy of the civil cover sheet and corporate disclosure statement on the defendant. Some courts also require the plaintiff to serve the defendant with the assigned judge's individual practice rules and the court's electronic filing rules.

    The term "process service" refers to the proceedings in any civil lawsuit and usually describes the formal notice or writ used by a court to exercise jurisdiction over a person or property. Such process compels the defending party to appear in court or comply with an order of the court. It may take the form of a summons, mandate, citation, order, subpoena, or other written demand issued by a court. When one files suit, one normally has a summons, citation or an order issued by the court which compels the defendant to appear to contest the matter.



    Keep it Simple, One Stop, One Process Server.

    When it comes down to what really matters is dependability, knowledge and results. Our Process Servers know what it takes to successfully engage and serve legal process upon and deliver subpoenas to Registered Agents everywhere in the United States. No matter where the Registered Agent is located we have a dependable and results oriented Process Server nearby who is ready to assist you.

    There is just a single proper method for a Process Server to successfully deliver legal documents to a Registered Agent or a BOC-3 Agent.

    Initiate your inquiry by selecting the state where you require assistance. Within that state, you will discover the essential information about Registered Agents, BOC-3 Agents and reliable Process Servers who will effectuate service of your legal or urgent documents.