Skagit County Superior Courthouse, Mount Vernon, WA

We are a Service of Process Company
Located in Mount Vernon, Washington U.S.A - the seat of Skagit County.

- Process Service- Corporate Civil Process - Summons and Complaints - Subpoenas - Small Claims - Family Law Documents- Child Support- Restraining Orders- Eviction Documents- Foreclosure posting- Declaration / Affidavits- Judgment Recovery- Sales Crying- Paper Filing and Document Retrieval at Local Courts- Skip Tracing- Record and Document Retrieval- Messenger Service- Referrals to Other State and Nation Wide Agencies

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Our Rates: Most cities in Skagit, Snohomish, Whatcom and Island Counties:

Routine: $65.00 (Service completed within 10 days)
Rush: $125.00 (First attempt within 36 hours)
Same Day: $155.00 (Immediate attention)
Some Remote Service Areas: an additional $1.25 per mile
With each service request, we offer the following at no extra charge:
- Declaration of service
- Filing of declaration of service with a local court
- Notary Services


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We are a Process Service Company.

We serve Skagit, Whatcom, Island and Snohomish Counties.
and all throughout the state of Washington,and the Unites States through our network of affiliates.
We are a Service of Process Company
And as business of legal process service, we deliver legal documents to a defendant or an individual involved in a court case. File documents with the courts and work hand in hand with Attorneys in Law.
A licensed and/or registered process server must serve the documents in accordance with the legislation in the area of the service. This may mean handing the documents to the defendant personally or sub-serving to someone in the same household or business.

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Serving all of Snohomish, Skagit, Snohomish, Whatcom and Island Counties.

In Washington State, "Registered Process Servers" are granted a limited exemption or affirmative defense against trespassing:

The actor was attempting to serve legal process which includes any document required or allowed to be served upon persons or property, by any statute, rule, ordinance, regulation, or court order, excluding delivery by the mails of the United States.....
—RCW 9A.52.090 (4)


Learn More About Skagit County, Washington

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Learn More About Whatcom County, Washington

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Learn More About Snohomish County, Washington

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Island County and its Cities and Communities

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To learn about the Island County,Washington State and the diverse and unique cities and communities which make up Island County, please read on..

Whidbey & Camano Island, Washington Read more..

Whidbey and Camano Islands in the Pacific Northwest in the Puget Sound, a short drive north of Seattle - The Shortest Distance to Far Away (R)
Community Programs in and on the various Islands which make up Island County, our Island County encompasses several different Island chains which are linked with an extensive ferry system run by the State of Washington Department of Highways.

Read these informative articles from ServeNow.com

Hiring a Process Server Checklist

  • December 28, 2011
  • ServeNow Staff

Having your legal documents served is a very important part of the litigation process, and many people may not know how to hire a process server or what to ask. Hiring the wrong process server could result in costly delays and …

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How to Serve Small Claims Forms

  • August 25, 2011
  • ServeNow Staff

In order to begin the legal process, the defendant must notified that he or she is being sued. Small claims forms are the legal documents used to initiate the court process.

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Memorial Day, 2015 Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day
Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day and was initiated to honor the soldiers for the Union and Confederate armies who died during the American Civil War.
Celebrations honoring Civil War heroes started the year after the war ended. The establishment of a public holiday was meant to unify the celebration as a national day of remembrance instead of a holiday celebrated separately by the Union and Confederate states.
By the late 19th century, the holiday became known as Memorial Day and was expanded to include the deceased veterans of all the wars fought by American forces. In 1971, Memorial Day became a federal holiday.
The original national celebration of Decoration Day took place on 30 May 1868. When Memorial Day became a federal holiday, it was given the floating date of the last Monday in May. Since many companies close for the holiday, Memorial Day weekend is three days long for most people.
It is the unofficial beginning of the summer vacation season that lasts until the first Monday in September, which is Labor Day.
During the Memorial Day weekend, many families visit war memorials and military cemeteries to honor the dead veterans especially if they include relatives. At Washington, D.C.’s Arlington Cemetery, members of the U.S. Army and volunteers place small United States flags at exactly the same spot at each tombstone. The nationwide display of patriotism is touching and inspiring.
Lately, families also visit civilian cemeteries to honor dead relatives who never served in the armed forces. Many people spend the weekend boating at a local lake or beach. There are always music concerts of all kinds. Sporting events are abundant during the Memorial Day weekend. Concerts and sports typically have fireworks displays when the main event has ended.
Family reunions are frequently held on Memorial Day. Extended families gather to eat, barbecue, play games, and enjoy the company of their loved ones. Most people open their swimming pools for the first time of the year as Memorial Day also ushers in those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer.
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