Valente Legal Services, a Pennsylvania corporation formed in 1992 by Therese M. Valente, CSR, has been providing litigation support services, court reporting and process serving to the legal community across Harrisburg, Philadelphia and the Southeastern PA region for 25 years.
We have developed a reputation for exceptional performance and results when it comes to legal process serving and delivering the most current information available on individuals and businesses. we pride ourselves on completing difficult serves where others have tried and failed.
Our servers are experienced professionals, often utilizing investigative skills. They understand Pennsylvania and outlying state laws regarding the service of process and operate in compliance with the law to effect service properly.
We are able to verify subject information by utilizing law enforcement and private investigation grade database research in your quest for a fast turnaround time and most efficient use of the client's resources.
Chester and Lancaster counties are our primary areas of service, but we also serve a large area of Southeastern PA, as well as Delaware and Maryland when requested.
Research, planning and having the knowledge of how to effect service depending on the circumstances, degree of difficulty, prior attempts and other factors have led to our high success rates. It's also earned us a steady stream of repeat business.
It is very important that your case is handled properly. Do not jeopardize it by hiring someone offering 'cheap serves', handled by marginally experienced, young servers, who utilize the 'one knock and done' method of attempted service.
When you hire Valente Legal Services, you can rest assured that you have hired the most competent professionals. We know this business inside and out. There is no 'one size fits all' approach to process serving, as there are many subjects who do not want to be served!
“Process Service” means delivering legal papers to an individual or business, using specific legal rules that make it impossible to deny the documents were received. Some state laws require certain documents be “personally served” – meaning the documents must be delivered to the person being served and no one else. In the case of a business, the office administrator must be served in a particular way. Or perhaps the business has designated an agent to accept service. Either way, our professional process servers know how to serve the papers. Then we prepare a Proof of Service for you to submit to the Court, to establish the date, time, and location where the service took place.