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The Private Group Process Servers, Ipswich process server, Ipswich process servers, Ipswich process serving, court document service, free quotes. We serve court papers in the Ipswich, Flinders View, Raceview, Booval, Brassall and North Ipswich areas. Email (Some documents can be forwarded as PDFs, such as electronic divorce papers), phone 1300 966 103, or 24/7 inquiries form Process Server. We supply free quotes. When you need to serve court papers in Ipswich, when you have a court document to be served in Ipswich, Queensland. We are Queensland licensed process servers. We get a court document, divorce application, served at Ipswich 4305.

Experienced, licensed, Ipswich process server, Ipswich process servers, Ipswich process serving, court documents served. We serve court documents across the Ipswich area, this includes divorce papers, subpoena's and summonses, notices, claims and statement of claims, subpoena and summons, initiating applications and breach notices. When you need an Ipswich process server, contact us for a free quote. The suburbs we service are covered by Ipswich Process Server by suburb information. For information about the postal address of the clearing house, how to send court documents to us, how to pay, and further information and suggestions go to Process Server Document Requirements. If you need to know about serving a divorce application got to divorce papers. Call or email us for a free quote. The term 'Sealed' copy sometimes tricks people up, it generally means a copy which has the court stamp or 'seal' indicating it has been processed by the court. It does not mean the court document has to be in a sealed envelope. Serving documents in a sealed envelope, and leaving them with someone or somewhere, is called substituted service and is governed by its own rules.
Some court papers, such as electronic copies of a divorce application, can be sent to us by email. Generally this is where you have applied for the papers online and been sent a PDF, which can be forwarded. This does not become an 'original' document (which is what you generally serve) until it is printed out. The courts are slowly moving to this method.
We serve court papers from all Australian jurisdictions; we serve international files, in Australia. We are aware that different jurisdictions, and different countries, have different requirements for both serving a court document, and the affidavit of service relating to that document. When you need an experienced, licensed, Ipswich process server, Ipswich process servers, Ipswich process serving, court documents served, contact us for a free quote. We get a Court document, divorce application served, at Ipswich, Qld.