Atlasta is a full-service process serving company in Collin County, Texas. We offer service of process as well as skip tracing and other services.
Call (214) 808-1568 or fill out our form today to have your legal documents served anywhere in Texas.
Gean Smith has over twenty years experience with a Dallas County Constable’s Office. He was a Certified Peace Officer for the State of Texas. He achieved the Master Peace Officer Certificate from Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education, (TCLEOSE). He also has a criminal justice degree.
Gean is very active in the Masons. He is a member of two Masonic Lodges, Scottish Rite Valley of Dallas and Hella Shrine in Garland where he is a member of the Peace Officers Unit.
Gean is a Texas Certified Process Server and a proud member of the National Association of Professional Process Servers, the Texas Process Servers Association, the Florida Association of Professional Process Servers, the Georgia Association of Professional Process Servers, and the Arizona Process Servers Association.
We offer the following services to the State of Texas out of our office in Collin County. Please give us a call to discuss our competitive rates!
Process service: Serving legal documents in Collin, Dallas, Ellis, and the surrounding counties.
Court Filing: Filing your legal documents with the court.
Court Record Search: Research and retrieval of local, state, and federal records.
Subpoena Preparation: Assistance with preparing your subpoena for service.
Photo Copying: Professional copies made of medical or business documents.
Skip Tracing: Locate defendant for the purpose of serving process.
Mobile Notary: Certified notary who can meet at your office or ours.
According to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, due process (subpoenas, citations, other notices, writs, orders, and other papers issued by the court) must be served by a party who is uninterested in the outcome of a lawsuit.
The person who serves process must complete a return of service including the case number and name, the court in which the case is filed, the date documents were received, a description of what was served, the name and address of the person served, all attempts made, and the name of the person serving the documents. It is often advisable to hire a professional process server to ensure your documents are properly served and the return of service is legal, thereby avoiding delays in your case.
Keep in mind, only a sheriff or constable may serve a citation requiring physical force or detainer. Check with the court if you are unsure.