Civil Process Service

Civil Process Service

Serve any document, anywhere. Utah and Nationwide.

ICU Investigations knows the business of civil process service in Utah. Our decade of experience and our many, many satisfied clients confirms that we get papers served!

Each of our field servers is a licensed Utah PI. All are trained to perform as a process server and they are often able to serve a paper when others could not.

Our field servers are everywhere and serve papers in every Utah city.

Check the price to serve papers in any Utah city or town.

Utah State contract #MA534

We are a Utah State approved vendor to serve process for the ORS (Office of Recovery Services) and the Office of the Attorney General (AG) in 10 Utah counties. see counties

Same Day/Next Day Rush -

Specializing in RUSH jobs.
Email documents by 2pm for same day*.

Our clients love us for this service. And we come through everytime. Email documents by 2pm and we'll make an attempt by 5pm. And we'll make a later evening attempt for subjects at residences. *see restrictions

Statewide RUSH Mailing Addresses - for next day RUSH services that cannot be emailed.
Same day RUSH services must be received by email by 2pm Utah (mountain) time.

Fast -

Field people in all 29 Utah counties.

Even if it's not a "rush" we are still in a hurry. You and the court have deadlines. 1st attempt within 72 hours or less. Affidavits / proofs returned within 48 hours.

Accurate -

Every job includes complete reporting.

Another client favorite is our reporting. We provide useful details. Regular emailed status updates. We'll keep you informed. We keep you in the loop and work together with you to get your papers served.

Knowledgeable -

We know the court system in Utah.

Extensive reach and resources means we get papers served. Documents served using state of origination civil rules. We bring resources to the table only available to Utah private investigators. Access to state data bases and other data sources allow us to find the most difficult subject.

Plus -

FREE notary

FREE notary included for all affidavits or proofs. Many states don't require notarized signatures but if so, it's FREE!

Emailed copy of the affidavit or proof of service, your or ours, prior to mailing the original.

You can log-in to your account and see the status of each service.

All of our quoted prices either by phone or on our pricing program are flat rates saving you money.

Easy online credit card payment. Pay Online

Pro se Clients

Pro se is latin meaning "for self".

You are acting for yourself as your own attorney. We appreciate that and want to help you get the papers served.

When you contact us please be sure to include:

  • Your complete information.
  • The full name and address of the person we are to serve papers upon.
  • Let us know how many pages the document set is.
  • If / When there is a court date.

  • If you need help finding an address the basic search fee is $35.

    Have you been served papers?

    Did you know it's your right to be informed when you are named in a law suit?

    While that may not be the best news you've ever had, being served papers is your right under the United States Bill of Rights and under Federal and State statutes as well.

    Here is the quick breakdown -

    1. The 5th amendment to the Bill of Rights is Due Process. Due Process is the concept that each citizen has certian rights under the law.

    2. As a citizen of the United States you have the right to Due Process. This means that the court must be sure that your rights are protected in legal proceedings. That we get our "due" through a predefined "process".

    The court can't just order a judgement against you because they must follow the 5th amendment.

    3. The Rules of Civil Prodedure are the way the court system implements due process. Courts have many rules of civil procedure to be followed. All designed to manage the cases quickly while also ensuring your rights.

    One of those being the right to be informed if you are a party to a legal proceeding.

    4. To accomplish this they came up with process service. A person, possibly a county sheriff or private process server is hired by an attorney. The attorney is following the rules of civil procedure set forth by the court.

    The process server must find you, identify you and actually hand the legal papers to you*. Then they will sign an affidavit that swears they actually handed you the papers. That they served you.

    But do be aware that once due process has been satisfied your become subject to judgement by the court. So, avoiding being served only delays the inevitable. And likely makes it worse.

    Both the Federal and State court systems utilize "Civil Process Service" to inform the individual within its jusrisdiction of legal proceedings to which they are now a party.

    Although being involved in litigation of any type is a hassle and will certainly be costly, you probably do want to be informed. This is one of the rare and prudent ways that the system actually looks out for you.

    So, yup, we're just the messenger. Please be civil to your server.

    Learn More

    Bill of Rights - 5th Amendment
    Civil Procedure
    Utah Rule 4 - Process
    Utah Rule 45 - Subpoena

    *We are not attorneys and we do not provide legal advise in any way. Please contact an attorney for all legal advise.
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