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Need help Filing your Family Court Documents?

Our Durham Region Process Server is experienced in filing Family Court Documents.

 

Process Serving AACES will file your court documents at the Oshawa, Ontario Courthouse for $45 plus disbursements.    *All documents must be prepared in advance.

* A cheque for all court fees must be provided. 

Process Serving AACES' Process Servers can assist you with your
Family Court Process Serving needs.

Process Serving AACES' process servers are especially effective with the process serving of family court documents.  Our competitive advantage is that our Process Servers let you choose the best time of day for the first attempt of service of your court documents. 

You choose the best time:

  • Morning (before 11:59am)
  • Afternoon (between 12 noon and 4:59pm)
  • Evening (after 5pm)

Restrictions on Who may Serve

The Process Serving of a number of family court documents have restrictions on who may serve these documents...  The following documents need to be served by someone other than the party required to serve the document:

1.  An application (Form 8, 8A, 8B.1, 8B.2, 8C, 8D, 8D.1, 34L, or 34N)
2.  A motion to change (Form 15) and change information form (Form 15A)
3.  A notice of contempt motion
4.  A summons to witness
5.  A notice of motion or notice of default hearing (with a possibility of imprisonment)
 
Process Serving AACES would be happy to assist you with serving your family court documents.  And since you know the recipient of your documents, you would have a good idea as to which time of day will more likely result in the documents being served on the first attempt. 

         The fewer attempts made, the less you pay...

 

Time restrictions to keep in mind

Don't forget that the court places time restrictions which are in place to ensure the recipient has sufficient time to respond...  Below are some of the time restrictions imposed by the courts.  Process Serving AACES Process Servers must have the documents well in advance of these deadlines to ensure our Process Servers are provided with enough time to properly complete the service of your documents.  The sooner we get your documents, the better.  Some recipients may become more evasive if they know the deadline is fast approaching.

Notice of Motion  - Must be Served 4 business days before the motion date to be admissible.

Notice of Contempt, Summons to Witness, and any documents that could result in imprisonment - Must be served at least 10 business days prior to the court date.