When you consider the possibility of serving American or Canadian process in the United Kingdom, you must keep in mind the Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters ("the Hague Service Convention").
The Convention outlines particular techniques that are acceptable to carry out service across international borders. 'Central Authorities' in member nations are one such approach.
Once the legal documents have been served we prepare the proof of service and collaborate closely with the Senior Master of the High Court of Justice in London, the Central Authority for England & Wales. Once sealed we courier the originals to your overseas address.
A Process Server must possess a thorough understanding of the law in order to perform their duties effectively. Making sure the process is served properly in every situation entails much more than merely handing someone a stack of paperwork.
We are completely prepared to handle the task if the documents need to be served from abroad. Any nation that is a signatory to the Hague Convention will have mutually agreeable plans in place for the service of the document. We are continuously aware of these guidelines and always follow them.
If a notary affidavit is necessary for legal documents from other nations that are issued in these courts, we will prepare the affidavit for the notary and courier the originals to your overseas address.