Serve Divorce Papers on the Gold Coast
Licensed process servers, Gold Coast process serving, to serve your divorce application, divorce papers, on the Gold Coast, free quotes, phone 1300 966 103, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or use our online form, contact us. Experienced Gold Coast process servers, for all Federal Circuit Court, and Family Court of Australia, documents.
A process server is a person licensed to conduct process serving, to serve court documents, including divorce papers, a court process. We are experienced in process serving, the processes required to identify, effectively serve, and complete an affidavit. Identification is usually done by questioning the subject, having them sign an acknowledgement of service, or the use of a photograph to identify the subject where they decline to participate and accept service. If you don't have a photograph that is also fine, we work with what we have; we are a Gold Coast divorce server.
You can apply for a divorce online, through the Federal Magistrates Court/Federal Circuit Court Portal. Here you need to register for efiling, and complete a check list questionnaire, before submitting your divorce application, and paying the fee. The Court will then send back your documents with the Court stamp (the Court seal, it also referred to as the 'sealed' copy), and your court date (in a small box to the top right of a cover page). The documents sent back from the court, as a PDF, are what you send onto us, at the above email address, for service. The documents do not become originals for service until we print them out. Generally, these documents should be served AT LEAST 28 days before the court date (also known as 28 days clear of the court date).
Common problems a Gold Coast divorce server encounter are people who hold onto the papers instead of forwarding them for service, turning a standard service into an urgent service (which attracts a higher fee), or they post them to the other party, thinking the other party will sign and return the copy, and suddenly find that the cut-off date is approaching, and they need to have the documents served.
If the 28 days is missed there are remedies, but the best practice is to ensure you allow sufficient time for service. If, after multiple attempts, and searches, you cannot locate the other party to serve them, you can, under extreme circumstances, ask the court to dispense with service of you divorce application. Having the papers served in a timely manner, is the ideal. You should also ensure you look at property settlement, and formalising custody matters, serving those at the same time, if practicable. We are experienced Gold Coast process servers, a Gold Coast divorce server, call us for a free quote, to get divorce papers served.
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