Austin Texas Legal Process Server

App­li­ca­ti­ons will be pro­ces­sed as soon as pos­si­ble, in the order in which they are recei­ved. Due to the volu­me of app­li­ca­ti­ons recei­ved, pro­ces­sing times may vary; The­re­fo­re, we are not able to spe­ci­fy more spe­ci­fic dead­lines. Plea­se note that we must recei­ve a request from you befo­re we can pro­vi­de the inst­ruc­tions, ser­vice code and lan­guage of dis­clo­sure requi­red to arran­ge your appoint­ment with your fin­ger­prints. When you sub­mit your cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on request online, an auto­ma­ted con­fir­ma­ti­on email is sent to your pri­ma­ry email address. This auto­ma­ted email con­tains the code and inst­ruc­tions you need to obtain fin­ger­prints. Plea­se check your inbox (and spam fol­der) for this cor­re­spon­dence. Do not rely on infor­ma­ti­on or forms you recei­ve from a source other than the JBCC. This may result in new fin­ger­prints being taken, which may delay the pro­ces­sing of your app­li­ca­ti­on. Our pro­cess ser­vers in Aus­tin are experts in main­ten­an­ce pro­ces­ses. We con­sist­ent­ly and reli­ab­ly pro­vi­de the pro­cess ser­vice and at the same time achie­ve or exceed the results expec­ted by our cus­to­mers. The pro­fes­sio­nal civil pro­cess focu­ses on the prompt and pro­fes­sio­nal ser­vice of the client‘s documents.

This only hap­pens if you use some of the best pro­cess ser­vers in Aus­tin. Our cli­ents know that their quo­te, injunc­tion or sub­poe­na will be deli­ve­r­ed prompt­ly. “Corin and his team were pro­bab­ly one of the best pro­cess ser­ver com­pa­nies I‘ve ever hired. She was respon­si­ve and hard­wor­king. Corin can think in his pocket and has done all the work necessa­ry to find his desti­na­ti­on and deli­ver docu­ments. Very reli­able and made my life easier! Com­mu­ni­ca­tes well. I recom­mend it “high­ly”. (Note: Tho­se who have alrea­dy app­lied to us or who are alrea­dy cer­ti­fied, aut­ho­ri­zed or regis­tered with us must use the “exis­ting cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on” pro­cess, which requi­res an acti­va­ti­on code. If you have not recei­ved your code from us, send an email to processservers@txcourts.gov to recei­ve your code. For secu­ri­ty rea­sons, codes are not pro­vi­ded over the pho­ne.) Vale­rie did a gre­at job of nota­ri­zing a cur­rent docu­ment for us remo­te­ly. She was very pati­ent while we were fixing some tech­ni­cal issu­es on our site. Other­wi­se, the pro­cess may be more For the deli­very of the pro­cess, docu­ments can be faxed* to 866–630-9147, by email* to This email address is being pro­tec­ted from spambots.

You need Java­Script enab­led to view it! or by mail to one of our offices. If you‘re in Tra­vis or Wil­liam­son Coun­ty, you can arran­ge a time when docu­ments will be picked up at your office for an addi­tio­nal fee. Send your ques­ti­ons about this to the licen­sing spe­cia­list of processservers@txcourts.gov so that the staff can help you. Con­ta­ct an Aus­tin pro­cess ser­ver for a supe­ri­or pro­cess ser­vice. To inqui­re about pro­vi­ding pro­cess ser­ver ser­vices as a mili­ta­ry spou­se app­li­cant in accordance with sec­tion 3.4(h) of the JBCC Rules, you must send your app­li­ca­ti­on to the licen­sing spe­cia­list in that depart­ment at the fol­lowing email address: processservers@txcourts.gov Important note: Befo­re star­ting the rein­state­ment pro­cess, you must send an email to the processservers@txcourts.gov licen­sing spe­cia­list to reac­ti­va­te your pro­fi­le. power. This allows you to sub­mit the app­li­ca­ti­on online. If you have any ques­ti­ons that you do not ans­wer online, plea­se con­ta­ct processservers@txcourts.gov. Cus­to­mer satis­fac­tion is our top prio­ri­ty. Tog­e­ther, Spar­re Pro­cess Ser­ving employees have over 30 years of cus­to­mer ser­vice expe­ri­ence and have been working in Texas sin­ce 2007. Our exten­si­ve net­work of pro­cess ser­vers is able to ser­ve pro­ces­ses in all 254 boroughs of Texas.

b. Pro­of of owners­hip of a cur­rent cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on or licen­se as a pro­cess ser­ver in ano­t­her sta­te (for examp­le, a copy of your cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on or licen­se). You must be licen­sed or cer­ti­fied in the other sta­te under the pro­fes­si­on for which you are app­ly­ing for a texas licen­se or cer­ti­fi­ca­ti­on. The docu­men­ta­ti­on must con­firm that you are cer­ti­fied or aut­ho­ri­zed in the other sta­te to prac­ti­ce in the pro­fes­si­on for which you are app­ly­ing; Using the best pro­cess ser­vers in the Aus­tin area, Pro­fes­sio­nal Civil Pro­cess ensu­res pro­fes­sio­nal results. Spar­re Pro­cess Ser­ving (SPS) is a full-ser­vice pro­cess ser­vices com­pa­ny owned and ope­ra­ted by Aus­tin Corin E. Spar­re Pro­cess Ser­ver. We have offices con­ve­ni­en­t­ly loca­ted in down­town Aus­tin to ser­ve the Tra­vis Coun­ty area and an office in Round Rock, TX to ser­ve the Wil­liam­son Coun­ty area. One step ahead of the rese­arch is the com­pa­ny you should use if you want someo­ne to be ser­ved quick­ly. I first cal­led the Texas Cons­ta­ble. They were a bit chee­sy and it‘s the cops.

More app­li­cants will need to con­firm rece­i­pt of their app­li­ca­ti­ons and the sta­tus of their app­li­ca­ti­on by refer­ring to the View Pen­ding App­li­ca­ti­ons page in their online pro­files. All app­li­cants will recei­ve auto­ma­ted email con­fir­ma­ti­ons of the suc­cess­ful sub­mis­si­on of the app­li­ca­ti­on and when app­li­ca­ti­ons are appro­ved. Requests to veri­fy the sta­tus of the app­li­ca­ti­on or con­firm rece­i­pt will not be respon­ded to unless staff deter­mi­ne that the­re has been a delay in pro­ces­sing your app­li­ca­ti­on and you have not recei­ved pri­or notification.