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CIVIL PROCESS SERVERS
Civil Process Servers
Are you filing a civil lawsuit or divorce action in Miami-Dade County? If so, you (or your attorney) will need to officially notify the "other side" that a case has been filed against them before your civil action can proceed. You may also need to subpoena persons to appear in court or produce certain documents.

The Certified Civil Process Servers Unit was created to relieve the burden of police departments who were using law enforcement personnel to serve court documents. Certified Civil Process Servers are individuals who are authorized by the Chief Judge to serve non-enforceable writs such as subpoenas, summonses, notices of hearings and requests for records.

Find Certified Civil Process Servers who are trained to perform these tasks for you according to the law.

Certified Civil Process Servers Program
Dade County Courthouse, Room 911
73 West Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33130
(305) 349-7707
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding court holidays
 
Related Information
BulletFAQs for Certified Civil Process Servers
BulletCPS Informational Manual Year 2014
BulletCertified Civil Process Servers
Bullet2013 Certified Process Server Application
 

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