Salt Lake County, Utah Process Servers for Residential Addresses

Salt Lake County, Utah Process Servers Who Serve Process at Residential Addresses

Process Servers who specialize in serving documents to occupants at residential addresses in Salt Lake County, Utah

Get a quote or additional information about process serving services at residential addresses in Salt Lake County, Utah, please contact one of the Process Servers listed below, You should receive a response within minutes, not hours.


Guaranteed Process

Azuf Mendoza

Salt Lake County, Utah

Arnie's Process Serving and Court Services

Arnold Pasternack

Salt Lake County, Utah

Statewide Judicial Services

Sarah Levy

Salt Lake County, Utah

Metro Process

Artie Scott

Salt Lake County, Utah


Process servers play a vital role in the legal system by serving legal documents at residential addresses.

These dedicated professionals are responsible for ensuring that individuals involved in legal proceedings receive essential documents, such as subpoenas, summons, or court orders, in a legally valid and timely manner. Serving documents at residential addresses requires not only legal knowledge but also tact, discretion, and the ability to handle potentially delicate situations. Process servers often act as neutral third parties, upholding the principle of due process and contributing to the fair and transparent administration of justice. Their commitment to accuracy and professionalism in serving legal documents at residential addresses is crucial for the integrity of the legal process and the protection of individual rights.


Please click below to view additional listings of Salt Lake County, Utah Process Servers who specialize in serving process at any residential address, by city, in Salt Lake County, Utah



Process Servers perform all types of residential services relating to pre-court and court proceedings. However, many clients prefer to use Salt Lake County Process Servers to perform other tasks such as but not limited to:


  1. Taking Digital Images of a Residence in Salt Lake County, Utah
  2. Interviewing Occupants Anywhere in Salt Lake County, Utah
  3. Speaking with Neighbors Throughout Salt Lake County, Utah
  4. Verifying Occupancy in Salt Lake County, Utah
  5. Door Knocking Services in Salt Lake County, Utah
  6. Delivery of Demand Letters
  7. Posting Notices
  8. Issuing Warnings
  9. Mobile Notary
  10. Sign Up a Client

Go Ahead, Make Your Day!