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Process Server of Court Papers in Thailand
We have been asked to "serve papers" in Thailand for overseas court litigation, including for various states in the United States of America, as well as for court cases in the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. We can go anywhere in Thailand, and have been a process server in Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket, and other locations, including driving way upcountry and down dirt roads.
Most of our cases have been serving papers to individuals for divorce or other personal litigation. We can also serve to a registered company or corporation (to an executive or appropriate person holding a senior position).
Notably, Thailand is not a signatory to the Hague Service Convention, i.e., The Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters. Thai officials usually do not serve foreign courts or take interest in personal court matters overseas, exceptional cases aside. Parties involved in many overseas court cases have come directly to us as private investigators to find and serve papers for the overseas court. We engage and give feedback quickly and efficiently. Part of this is our independently reviewing the particular requirements of your jurisdiction, by our own research online in addition to your documents, before we start the process.
We need at least one good photo to identify the person. We review the requirements of your particular overseas jurisdiction for serving the person. Even though it's usually not required to get a photo at the time of service, we normally try to get video and/or photos anyway, just in case the person denies having been served. Normally, we sign an affidavit of service. If a notarized document is required, then we can go to your embassy or a suitable person. Our office is located in the part of the city center near many embassies, including:
If a defendant is expecting somebody to try to serve papers but wants to avoid the process server, for example, by hiding, looking out for, evading, and/or refusing to receive the documents we try to hand to them, then we have some methods for trying to handle that. In some jurisdictions, if the person refuses to receive the documents we try to hand to them, then the documents may be dropped in front of them or in their immediate proximity, as long as it is made clear verbally that they have been identified by name, they are informed of the nature of the documents, and they have just been served papers. If you agree, then we can print in big bold letters their name and tape it to the outside of the document for a situation in which we must drop the document in front of them, whether it be on the street, in an elevator, or wherever. We try to get video and/or photos, as a team or as an individual process server, as you may choose (cost options). You can also choose between a native English speaking man or an English speaking Thai lady.
Sometimes we research a person to find them, and/or perform some surveillance in advance to find the best way to serve papers to them if you expect that they may try to be evasive.
After we have served papers, we prepare an affidavit of service, which specifies the identity of the process server, date, time, location, event of process serving to the defendant, and anything else required by your jurisdiction.
If you have any other requirements, you may just contact us to discuss them.
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Our office is co-located with Export Quality Services Co., Ltd., aka EQ, which is the same company we previously operated under, but we split off the private investigations business to a daughter company, Lucky Lion Pride Co., Ltd., whereby EQ now focuses on language translation and some other things.