Herald Services Process Serving

Serving documents throughout the UK, specialising in the SA postcode region

Specialist Process Servers for South Wales

Covering the entire SA, CF and NP postcode regions 

Tel: 01554 830001 / 07721 396992 or Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fast turnaround time, detailed reports & supporting evidence provided - including image of attendance location

We specialise in serving legal documents for fixed fees within the SA, CF and NP postcode regions of South Wales. In the SA postcode we cover the entire region from Swansea, Neath, Port Talbot and Llanelli to Carmarthen, Milford Haven, Haverfordwest and Cardigan. Many parts of the region are rural and if you have previously experienced difficulties finding a reliable Process Server in the SA postcode region of Wales, let us assist you. 

Our fees start from as little as £85.00 and we work unsociable hours to allow us the best opportunities to successfully serve your documents.

Experienced and effective:  www.processserverwales.co.uk

We are based centrally in South Wales & you will be instructing an experienced local Process Server

Statutory Demands Bankruptcy Petitions Winding Up Petitions
Injunctions Court Orders Freezing Orders
Penal Notices Divorce Petitions Summonses
N39 Orders to Attend Court Non-Molestation Orders

Possession Orders

Instructing us

It is very simple to instruct Herald Services. Just telephone: 01554 830001 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Tell us which documents need to be served, who needs to be served and information where to serve and the timescale required. We will provide you with a fixed fee and for peace of mind an email notification of receipt of the documents when they arrive.

We will email you information obtained during our attendance, whether the recipient is present and ultimately a date and time when the documents have been personally served. As we are local we offer a very fast turnaround time and immediately update you if for any reason we anticipate a delay due to a recipient not being available.

Instructions will be undertaken by an experienced process server who will provide detailed reports. 

Proof of Service

Once your documents have been served we will provide  proof of service by a Certificate of Service, Statement of Service or Sworn Affidavit.

Comprehensive range of supporting evidence and data

If required we can provide date and time stamped photographic evidence or video evidence obtained during an attendance and our reports will include information describing the recipient and when necessary information relating to visual assets, property, employment and lifestyle.

Where an address or whereabouts of a recipient is in doubt we can offer our Trace service before attending. Many clients instruct us with very little current information relating to the whereabouts of the intended recipient of documents that need to be served. We offer the ability to utilise our Tracing resources to locate the recipient(s) and then proceed to personally serve them. This facility is particularly useful for debt related matters and absconders.

If the recipient is Traced to any part of the UK or even overseas we can offer to coordinate the service of the documents for you.

Experienced in complex assignments

The requirement for the service of legal documents can often be complex. We are experienced in coordinating high profile assignments and can trace debtors and absconders who have been involved in fraud and successfully serve them. We can coordinate the service of documents for the removal of protestors and squatters. We have also arranged for the service of documents for celebrity clients regarding matters of personal safety and stalking. We have undertaken high profile cases in conjunction with the police and security companies where attendances were filmed using body worn cameras.

As you can see, when we attend to serve legal documents, we gather as much information as possible and this can sometimes be vital evidence to prove that the documents were served correctly or in some circumstances to convince a court to grant substituted service.


All personal data is used in accordance with the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998 and our investigations are lawfully undertaken in compliance with current legislation.