FAQ's Disclosure

These questions are generated from many different sources. The wording of these questions is not from a legal professional. In many cases these questions come from the general public. It is meant to be a reference for everyone before, during, and after hiring Hoosier Process Service, LLC to serve your civil court documents in the Indianapolis area, and throughout the entire state of Indiana.

Do you offer service of summons in Indianapolis, Marion County, and throughout Indiana? Yes!

FAQ of Hoosier Process Service LLC.

  • Q: What is Service of Process?
  • A: The legal procedure in the United States requires that each party in a court case be notified.  Process serving is part of an individuals right to due process.


  • Q: Do process serving laws differ from state to state?
  • A: Yes, process serving laws differ from state to state.  Hoosier process service LLC is headquartered in Indianapolis and serves the entire state of Indiana.


  • Q: What is substituted service?
  • A: This legal process of service is when documents are left with a resident of the named party at the target's home, or with an employee at their place of business.


  • Q: Who can serve papers?
  • A: In most states, any US citizen that is not a party to the case, over the age of 18, and residing in the state specific to the legal documents being served by the respective process server.


  • Q: Can papers be emailed to a process server?
  • A: In many cases, court documents can be emailed.


  • Q: Where can defendants be served?
  • A: Laws vary from state to state, this is why we at Hoosier Process Service LLC believe that the best option is hiring a process server that is based in the state of your respective court business.


  • Q: Can court documents be served on Sunday in the state of Indiana?
  • A: Yes, and we do work on weekends at Hoosier Process Service LLC.


  • Q: Will a process server file my papers with the court?
  • A: There are certain circumstances when a process server will file papers with the court in the state of Indiana.


  • Q: What if the person being served court documents does not accept them?
  • A: In the state of Indiana, the process server may place the court documents at the feet of any recipient who refuses to accept the documents being served.


  • Q: What is an Affidavit of Service?
  • A: An Affidavit of Service is also known as a Proof of Service.  It is a signed document provided to you by your process server upon completion of serving your documents.


  • Q: What are the main types of service of process that Hoosier Process Service LLC provides?
  • A: The two main categories of service of process that we provide are same day or routine.


  • Q: How long does same day service of process take?
  • A: We guarantee that your same day service of process will be completed inside a 24 hour window.  However, we can typically serve your documents by the end of the same business day.


  • Q: What is the turn around time for your routine service of process?
  • A: We will have your routine service of process completed inside 7 days and we are typically able to complete our routine service of process much sooner.


  • Q: Where do you provide service of process?
  • A: We provide service of process to the entire state of Indiana.


  • Q: How many process servers work at your headquarters in Indianapolis?
  • A: We have a network of process servers.  Some of them are headquartered in Indianapolis, and some of them are headquartered in other parts of Indiana.


  • Q: Are process servers required to be licensed in the state of Indiana?
  • A: Currently, process servers are not required to be licensed in the state of Indiana.


  • Q: When a client hires Hoosier Process Service LLC to serve court documents, how many attempts are typically made?
  • A: In most cases we will make four attempts.  Our process servers are trained to gather information and do a thorough job in determining the status of any given abode.


  • Q: What if a process server knocks on a defendant's door and no one answers?
  • A: The process server can take several actions.  At the very minimum the process server will typically leave a notice on the defendant's door with explicit instructions and notification that an attempt was made to serve the respective court documents.


  • Q: Who is your target market with respect to process service?
  • A: Since we are located in Indianapolis, Indiana, we can offer a routine service in the Indianapolis metropolitan area that is typically done inside 5 days.  Therefore, our main clients need service of process in the Indianapolis metropolitan area.


  • Q: Does Hoosier Process Service, LLC offer any services in Indianapolis?
  • A: Yes, for a more detailed description of the services offered in the Indianapolis area by Hoosier Process Service, LLC, please visit our 'services' page section on this website. 


  • Q: If a client needs process service outside of the state of Indiana, who should they call?
  • A: Hoosier Process Service  has made it easy to find a process server in other states throughout the United States.  Please visit our 'affiliates' page located on this website.


  • Q: If one of the Indianapolis process servers at Hoosier Process Service LLC serves someone who is illiterate, does the process server have to read the documents to the recipient?
  • A: Yes.

Can a process server call the recipient on the phone in Indiana? Yes, we can do that at Hoosier!

  • Q: Does bankruptcy involve getting served court papaers?
  • A: If you have any questions regarding bankruptcy, please refer to the following link www.bymasterbankruptcy.com

  • Q: What if a defendant has five last known addresses all located in Indianapolis?
  • A: We would send one of our Indianapolis process servers to all five address, if necessary, and bill the client accordingly.


  • Q: What happens if an Indianapolis process server is hired to serve multiple defendants at a single address, does the client get charged more?
  • A: No, the client only gets charged for one address, and does not get charged extra for extra defendants at Hoosier Process service LLC, an Indianapolis company.


  • Q: When a process server is serving documents in Indianapolis and surrounding areas, will he or she talk to neighbors if they can not locate the person they intend to serve?
  • A: Yes, at Hoosier Process Service LLC, we train our Indianapolis process servers to gather information using many avenues of approach.


  • Q: What is a private process server?
  • A: A private process server is someone you hire to serve court documents.  The general public uses the private denotation more than professionals in the industry.  


  • Q: How does it work when a summons is served upon a corporation?
  • A: Each company is different. The person accepting service on behalf of a corporation is designated by the respective organization.


  • Q: Is service of summons the same as service of process?
  • A: Both of these terms can mean the same thing.  A summons is a specific type of document, and a process server will serve many different types of civil court documents.



How do I call a private process server in Marion County who serves all of Indiana? 317.829.0420

  • Q: How does one ensure that their process server stays current with the next evolution in the industry?
  • A: One would have to know what type of technological sophistication is being utilized in the field.  We use software that has all the advanced capabilities as the evolution  continues.