The requirements in divorce proceedings mean the defendant must be served with divorce papers. Serving divorce papers must be done properly before a court can hear the case and grant a divorce. Even if the partner refuses to sign, the process server can sign an affidavit stating that the documents have been served on that party.
We can also collect and return original documents to and from your office if requested.
There is no better way to effect service of an important document than by a Process Server. If serving a corporation, be aware that the Courts have held that delivery by registered post of a letter or notice addressed to the registered office of a corporation may not be deemed service on the registered office. We offer an affidavit of service for the following:
Our Gold Coast office is located in Robina. Our agents dispatched from the Gold Coast office service all suburbs in and around the Gold Coast, including rural South East Queensland and Norther New South Wales locations.
If you need an agent in the Gold Coast area to serve Court documents, such as an Initiating Application for Divorce, Application for Parenting Orders, Magistrates, District or Supreme Court Claim and Statement of Claim, QCAT Application or Claim, Subpoena, or any other document, such as a Statutory Demand or Letter of Demand, please do not hesitate to contact our Gold Coast office.
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Family Court Documents
For more information on serving Divorce documents by hand, see the Service of Divorce section on the Federal Circuit Court website.
Response to a Divorce application:
For more information on serving a Response to a Divorce, see the Service of Response section on the Federal Circuit Court website.
Parenting Order applications:
For more information on serving Parenting Order documents, see the Service of Application starting a proceeding section on the Federal Circuit Court website.
For more information on serving Subpoenas, see the Service of Subpoenas section of the Federal Circuit Court website.
Civil Court Documents
Personal service of any document is recommended where there is any concern that the recipient of the document may ignore the document if it were served by any other method (ie. Post, email or fax) or where the sender wants clear and indisputable evidence that documents have been brought to the attention of the recipient. We are willing to serve any document on any recipient, whether the recipient is a person, business or corporation, sole trader, partnership, firm, property manager or Warden. We have previously served the following kinds of documents: