Contact Name: Arnold Pasternack
Philadelphia, PA 19019
Contact Name: Amanda Quick
Philadelphia, PA 19019
List of Process Servers in or near Philadelphia, PA Zip Code area 19019
Searching for and finding a Process Server within a specific zip code allows you to hire a local professional to assist you. Process Servers in or near zip code area 19019 in Philadelphia, PA are familiar with the streets and addresses where you require services performed.
Interestingly, zip codes areas can be small designated areas or cover many miles. Some zip code areas are divided by mountains, lakes, highways, canals and large builds or farms! Unless you research the area, perhaps utilizing Google Maps, you would not know if the address and zip code you need service within has easy access or no
All requests for service and quotes start with you providing the Process Server you select with a zip code so they can determine the difficulty or ease of traveling to and from the designated address. Knowing the zip code in advance of requesting services will assist you with obtaining a fair and reasonable quote for anticipated services.
In addition to sharing the zip code information with us, we urge you to have specific knowledge of when you require services to start (start date) and be completed by (completion date). These two factors; that is, the zip code and timing of your service will determine your flat fee quote.
Zip Codes are a reference to unique postal codes used by the United States Postal Service to assure timely delivery of the mail. The term ZIP is an acronym for Zone Improvement Plan; it was chosen to suggest that the mail travels more efficiently and quickly when senders use the code in the postal address. The basic format consists of five digits such as zip code 19019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The use of zip codes have become the starting point for efficiency of the delivery of mail and use for determining planning, timing and fees for all process serving services offered and performed.
All Zip Codes designate delivery points, which is why we use them in determining your fee.
There are four types of ZIP Codes:
Unique: Zip codes assigned to a single high-volume address.
Post Office Box only: Zip Codes used only for PO Boxes at a given facility, not for any other type of delivery.
Military: Zip codes used to route mail to the U.S. military.
Standard: Zip codes for other all locations.
What if you do not know the zip code of the address?
No worries, the US Postal Service has a free website you can access to find the zip code you need. Actually, the website offers useful and informative information about addresses, cities, delivery schedules and more!
To look up a zip code and an address, you can use the United States Postal Service website by clicking on this link, https://www.usps.com/nationalpremieraccounts/findzipcodes.htm
To find a Process Server, specializing in serving USDC documents in or near Philadelphia in Pennsylvania by using code area 19019 in your search, please use the "Get a Quick Quote" link above.