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About Us

Since 2021 Flying Process, LLC has been assisting law firms, corporations, civilians with service of process, skip tracing, and document retrieval among other legal support services. In the process, we’ve become Pennsylvania trusted legal support service agency.

Our Story: Process Servers

When we started as a service of process agency years ago there were few others in the area and no stringent legislation to govern the industry. Flying Process, LLC became the preferred agency of Pennsylvania’s largest law firms and corporations, based solely on our ability to deliver top-notch services. This, in turn, allowed us to acquire a network of clients that choose us because all the services we provide are accurate, timely, professional, and thorough. In these years we’ve served thousands of defendants and traced thousands more. Our reputation is built on the work we’ve done, that’s as near perfect as possible in this industry.

Who We Are

We are a dedicated team of licensed and experienced process servers and public notaries. Our aim is to provide a service that exceeds industry standards and stresses excellence and accuracy above all else. We only recruit and employ the best in this business who have what it takes to deliver incomparable services and meet our clients’ growing demands.

frequently asked questions

Service of process is when legal documents such as civil actions, summonses, complaints, subpoenas, writs and other court documents are delivered to the individual to whom the legal document is named. This method is employed to give legal notice to the individual or business. Service of process must be served by an individual who is not a party to the action. Rules and laws of civil procedure can vary from state to state.

A process server delivers legal documents to a defendant or an individual involved in a lawsuit. The process server must serve the documents in accordance with the laws in the jurisdiction of service or by the laws of the forwarding jurisdiction. This service is performed by handing the documents to the individual personally or by effecting substitute service upon someone in the same household or business. Documents are delivered to someone of proper age, which varies from state to state. Once the documents are served, the process server is required to provide proof that the papers were served. This is done through a document called an Affidavit of Service, or Proof of Service, which may be notarized and given to the party who requested service. Flying Process, LLC process servers may also file your legal documents with the court, handle document retrieval and other various types of services.

Hiring a professional process server is an important step in proceeding with a lawsuit. Process serving laws vary from state to state and county to county. In some states, someone who performs service of process is required by law to be registered or licensed, so if you are in one of these states, the answer is “Yes!” Flying Process, LLC process servers are knowledgeable of the current legislation surrounding the service of process locally and nationally. They are experienced in serving legal documents efficiently. If services are not performed in accordance with the law, your case can be hindered from going forward or result in the dismissal of your case.

When an individual is unavailable for personal service, many jurisdictions allow for substituted service. This allows the process server to leave service documents with other responsible individuals such as cohabiting adults. Some jurisdictions allow for substitute service upon a person in charge at the individual’s place of business.

In most states, process servers are restricted from trespassing on property as a means of serving process. No matter how innocent, such invasions are regarded as invalid and illegal and may result in penalties for offenders. However, have no fear! Flying Process, LLC process servers are trained to know the law so trespassing doesn’t happen.

When delivering legal documents, process servers may encounter individuals who react negatively or aggressively to being served. This can lead to confrontational situations that may put the server’s personal safety at risk. Our process servers are fully trained to de-escalate any situation and all wear bodycam to record all video footage of the serve. 

We know how important it is for you to have a signed Affidavit of Service upon completion of the process serve, so we will make sure you have a signed affidavit within 24 Hours or your service is FREE! 

Please click on the “Submit Process Service” button and submit your legal documents or call us at 484-660-9465 for assistance.


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