Tight, unexpected, and fluctuating deadlines that require a quick turnaround are a routine part of process serving. At Capitol Process Services, we have the experience and manpower to satisfy expedited client requests. Unlike many process serving companies, our office staff and our process servers can be reached quickly and are available to perform assignments with efficiency and speed. We pick up or receive the documents by email, fax, or courier and notify the client immediately upon service of process.
Capitol Process Services employs paralegals and researchers who are experienced with the lower and federal courts in the Washington Metropolitan Area. We are part of a national alliance and work with associates throughout the country who are similarly experienced. We file time-sensitive documents with local, state, and federal court systems and agencies.
Correctly preparing affidavits requires attention to detail, experience, and a thorough understanding of the laws governing service of process and the subsequent filing of affidavits in each jurisdiction. Capitol Process Services' full-time staff of administrative professionals ensures affidavits are prepared in accordance with the law and filed in a timely manner.
The process servers at Capitol Process Services have experience navigating the bureaucracy of government agencies. After over thirty-five years, we have lists of contacts and phone numbers that can help facilitate service of process. Additionally, we have developed relationships within many agencies so that questions regarding service of process can be dependably answered.
Capitol Process has years of experience navigating the bureaucratic mazes of local and Federal Government offices and agencies.
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At Capitol Process Services, we have many years of experience constructing narrative affidavits. The affidavits are used by our clients in a variety of ways, including as attachments to motions filed with the courts by our clients. It is imperative that the affidavits are written with clarity and appropriate detail. In some cases, when a client chooses not to use our surveillance and/or hourly services, a properly written affidavit may buttress the client's motion for alternative service. For a flat fee, we make multiple attempts at service. Additionally, our process servers keep detailed notes, including dates and times of attempted service.
In today’s highly technical and sophisticated world, investigative work demands an integrated and creative approach. Capitol Process Services has the experience, judgment, and diligence required to fulfill our clients’ investigative needs.
We specialize in difficult serves. Our process servers are supported by our in-house team of licensed Private Investigators (PIs) who are key to serving evasive witnesses and defendants.
Because of the delicate nature and complexity of serving recalcitrant parties, we consult with the client and tailor a plan that will allow us to effectively serve process based on the specific situation.
Capitol Process Services’ investigators include former law enforcement personnel who are adept at locating individuals, performing background searches, skip tracing, interviewing witnesses, conducting surveillance, and doing comprehensive asset searches.
Capitol Process Services’ investigators have extensive experience locating witnesses. We also locate many defendants. We employ a combination of diligence, persistence, and patience to secure accurate addresses and phone numbers.
Capitol Process Services’ investigators employ patience, discretion and state of the art equipment while conducting surveillance.
Skip tracing is a more in-depth, complex form of locating an individual who cannot be easily found or does not want to be found. We employ proprietary databases in combination with various other methods, including sending investigators into the field to locate individuals. We provide comprehensive reports which include addresses, phone numbers, places of employment, and other information requested by our client.
Capitol Process Services conducts background searches on witnesses, defendants, and other parties to develop important information that could prove significant to a case. The reports we deliver are accurate, detailed, and thorough.
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Capitol Process Services conducts asset searches to uncover a comprehensive list of real estate, personal property, vehicles, bank accounts, business ownership, and other assets that belong to individuals or corporations. Asset searches are conducted within the guidelines of the Financial Modernization Act of 1999, also known as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.