Smith, Hall, and Tunson Legal Services

Primary Mailing Address
P.O. Box 350217
Westminster, CO 80035


Process Serving

Definition: The verifiable delivery of legal documents. After successful service of process, the process server usually prepares an affidavit affirming the details of the service are true and correct. Most courts require affidavits of service to be signed and notarized before being admitted into legal proceedings. In the United States of America, service of process laws are sometimes referred to as rules of civil procedure. Process servers are normally required to comply with the laws from the state the documents originate from, not the state in which the documents are served.

Smith, Hall, and Tunson Legal Services has developed a network of process servers currently throughout the Colorado and metro realm. We are dedicated to our clients, commitment, success in service. You can trust our knowledge and dedication.


Routine Process Service (3 attempts) $30.00
Expedited Process Service (4 attempts) $45.00
Same Day Process Service (4 attempts) $70.00
Surveillance (per hour) $30.00
Skip Trace $60.00

Why Choose Us?

  • Experience¬†- Training- Diligence - Dedication - Integrity
    Every member of our team is selected based upon these characteristics. These factors bring a trust in execution a characteristic that comes with the organization as for our credibility.
  • World Class Customer Service
    If the client's response is less than satisfaction, we're working to correct the common shortfall.Smith, Hall, and Tunson Legal Services has developed an internal and external locus of network licensed process servers. As a result, If your case depends upon irrefutable proof of service, evasive defendants, you can depend on our experts.
  • Honest Pricing
    At Smith, Hall, and Tunson Legal Services, There are never hidden fees, and we don't charge for mileage, multiple attempts, or notarization of documents. THREE attempts of service and a notarized affidavit are always included at no extra charge."The cost of a routine serve (a serve that is first attempted within 5-7 days of receiving the papers) can be as low as $20 and can go up to $100, but the national average is somewhere between $45 and $75. At, we recommend you contact multiple process servers that cover a particular area."See our Pricing section above for our costs.
  • Discounts By Volume
    Smith, Hall, and Tunson Legal Services provides offers by volume discounts for high volume clients. The more the better savings.
  • Expedited Service
    We attempt service within 48 hours of receiving the documents, and we provide a notarized affidavit of service soon after service is executed. Please feel free to inquire on rush service possibility.
  • Defendant Locating
    If you do not have a current address for a defendant, witness, or person of interest, Smith, Hall, and Tunson Legal Services can attempt to locate them for you at a reasonable cost.
  • Commitment To Services
    "It is common knowledge among lawyers that an easy way to delay a case is to dispute service of process. If there is a misspelling anywhere in the affidavit of service, or the process server cannot clearly articulate the exact details of the service, a judge may find the service to be invalid and require the plaintiff to complete service upon the defendant again. In many instances, completing service upon a now evasive defendant can delay a court case by months. If an especially egregious miscarriage of civil process occurred, a judge can dismiss the case entirely!"If a defendant or opposing counsel disputes any service completed by Smith, Hall, and Tunson Legal Services, we PROMISE that our process server will testify in court about the validity of the service in questioning under cross-examination.

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