Process Servers Chicago & Suburbs

Licensed Process Server for Chicago and Chicago Suburbs

Don't trust your critical legal papers to just any process server in Chicago. Chicago Serve and Investigations uses only experienced full-time investigators or off-duty police officers to issue service of process in Chicago and suburbs. We specialize in process serving for the Chicago Illinois area specifically the West, South, and Southwest suburbs of Cook and DuPage counties. CSI serves and delivers subpoenas, complaints, summons, garnishments and notices throughout the Chicago metropolitan area and can even submit your rush court filings for you if requested.

CSI is also a full service attorney support agency with associates permanently appointed to specific counties and court houses in Cook County as well as DuPage County.

Typical Documents Served

  • Subpoenas and Summonses
  • Illinois Court Filings & Court Orders
  • Complaints and Petitions
  • 5-Day and 30-Day Notices

CSI Process Server Efficiency

  • Licensed and Experienced in Illinois
  • Full Time Investigator or Off Duty Police
  • Document Management with Electronic Filing
  • Email us documents if original is not required

CSI Process Server Rates

  • Standard 120-Hr Process Service - $149
  • Rush 48-Hr Process Service - $169
  • Same Day Service - $195
  • Additional Service at Same Location - $49

Proprietary Document Handling & Security

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CSI ensures fast, reliable filing and serve of court documents using the latest document management software and security methods ensures nothing gets lost, misfiled or challenged.

High Efficiency in Process Serving

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With automated dispatch & workflow, our process servers have your documents in hand within minutes of entering our system eliminating hours and sometimes days of wait.

Attorneys Can Lower Their Service Costs

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CSI works closely with attorneys and law firms to make sure case loads flow smoothly and are free of delays caused by unserved or poorly served documents, thus lowering costs.