Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers

Our Promise to You!

When presented in advance and in writing, we will meet or beat any bona fide offer you receive from other local, licensed and bonded Oklahoma process servers, private investigators and notaries in the State of Oklahoma.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Oklahoma Process Server and Notary Public Service

Our experts at Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers are familiar with local, state and national laws that will ensure that your papers are served quickly and within the time constraints that will allow you to go forward with the legal action that you are trying to pursue.

By using Oklahoma Process Servers, the judicial system can make a faster decision having all of the information they need right at hand. Whether the documents are a summons and complaint, small claims, cross complaint, writ, wage garnishment, bank levy or subpoena, the work that we provide for our clients is nationally recognized.

Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers has been providing professional services to large and small businesses, law firms, insurance companies and private citizens covering all of the Oklahoma Court system. Staffed by Oklahoma Process Server Promiseseasoned professional process servers and investigators, our Oklahoma Process Servers are trained to deal with all aspects of process serving, on-site document reproduction and investigations. Every member of our firm has passed an extensive training program, ensuring us and our clients that agents bearing our company emblem are qualified and reliable.

Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers utilizes sophisticated investigative techniques, and incorporate the latest technology. This coupled with our agency’s tried-and-true, street-smart investigative experience, provides Oklahoma Judicial Process Server clients with the best possible services. Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers staff excels in solving problems involving complex issues. No matter what your need, you will find us knowledgeable, skilled and professional.

We have the finest Oklahoma process servers in every county within Oklahoma. Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers also offers private investigation, as well as notary public and expert court testimony services at excellent rates! Some of the many cities we serve all throughout Oklahoma include, but are certainly not limited to, Del City, Edmond, Midwest City, Moore, Norman, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Yukon, etc.

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Oklahoma Process Server Blogs

Moral and Ethical Dilemmas Process Servers and Private Investigators Face When Asked to Serve and Investigate Friends, Relatives and Colleagues

Anyone who has ever worked as a process server or private investigator for any length of time knows all too well that eventually the profession hits a bit too close to home.  Perhaps an attorney sends out a serve to the owner of a process serving company without ever mentioning the name of the person

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Teaching Private Investigation Courses Helps Give Licensed Private Investigators Special Advantages

Some licensed private investigators in Oklahoma often stay on top of the game by teaching private investigator certification courses at places like Metro Tech and elsewhere.  It is true that teaching these Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) classes at career technology schools seldom pays as much as an Oklahoma private detective could

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How Oklahoma Private Investigators and Process Servers Can Elicit Greater Police Cooperation and Assistance

Police officers can sometimes prove to be very helpful to private investigators and process servers.  Indeed, in some cases private investigators, process servers and police officers perform very similar tasks.  All three professions often encompass various aspects of the law, and thus everyone’s job becomes much easier when all sides work collaboratively rather than against

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Why Oklahoma Private Investigators and Process Servers Should Form Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) Instead of Traditional Corporations

One thing that America is known for is its love of the courts.  For hundreds of years, the judicial system in the United States has played an extremely integral role in helping to settle divorces, small disputes, malpractice claims, business disagreements, immigration matters, and even criminal charges.  Needless to say, many business owners usually find

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How Oklahoma Process Servers Can Successfully Handle Misguided Blame From Attorneys and Other Clients

It goes without saying that everyone makes mistakes.  This applies no matter whether someone is a doctor, lawyer, process server, teacher, or even the president of a country.  Mistakes are an inherent part of our human nature.  While it is true that Oklahoma process servers can certainly make their fair share of mistakes, sometimes it

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How a Notary Public in Oklahoma Can Make the Best Bargain With Loan Signing Companies

Professional notaries public put a great deal of time and effort into their work.  This is especially true for mobile notaries who utilize their cars, gasoline, mileage, printers, paper, etc.  Indeed, an Oklahoma notary public may also carry errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, and may have successfully completed specialised notary public training courses.  When also

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How an Oklahoma Notary Public Can Change a Life

One might think that a notary public merely puts his or her stamp on a piece of paper.  But mobile notaries do so much more than just that: they change lives.  Yes, they, too, leave their stamp on society just like teachers, police officers, and other officials.  Oklahoma notaries, such as the professionals at Oklahoma

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How Oklahoma Private Investigators Can Effectively Evaluate Clients’ Claims of Distress and Harm

Any Oklahoma private investigator who has served in the field for very long can attest to the fact that he or she has likely received what seem like very odd phone calls.  Perhaps the calls themselves from certain people in Oklahoma are not so strange, as are some of the stories they tell the private

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