Nancy has a wealth of experience in legal support and has provided exceptional service since opening the doors to her business in 2000. She is a Notary Public for the State of Texas and certified in Civil Process Service. Powell is very involved in the service of process industry and has held the East Regional Director position for the Texas Process Servers Association (TPSA). Always active in her community, Nancy Powell served as the President of the HOA for Brentwood Country Club for 11 years.
As a small business, we truly appreciate all of our customers. We know you have options for your legal support, so we are committed to providing the best customer experience possible for you. Always attentive, we give our customers the respect they deserve throughout our entire working relationship.
We offer a variety of legal support services from our Beaumont, Texas headquarters. We use the same diligence, attention to detail and professionalism when providing any of the following services:
Civil Process Service: Quick, reliable, and accurate process serving by an experienced and licensed professional.
Mobile Notary Services: Convenient notary services in accordance with Texas laws and regulations to make your important documents legally binding.
Subpoenas: Accurately prep and deliver important court documents.
Many people are not familiar with service of process. We have taken the time to answer a few of the most common questions we've faced over the years.
What is service of process?
According to United States legal procedure, all parties must be notified if they are facing legal action against them in a court of law. Service of process is the term for this legal notification. Process can be served through delivery of documents describing the legal action. Legal documents can include:
What does a professional process server do?A process server is responsible for delivering legal documents to the parties involved in court proceedings. To serve process in Texas, the state requires certification (which Nancy J. Powell possesses).
Process servers identify and locate individuals named on legal documents, verify the individual's identity and then provide proof of service to their client that holds in the court of law.
Why do I need a process server?
The State of Texas requires that service of process be conducted by a certified professional registered with the state.
We're always available to answer your questions, so please contact us if you need more information about service of process.
Notary Services by Appointment: 7am - 7pm
3910 Inverness Drive
Beaumont, TX 77707
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