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makes UPSI New York’s leading process serving firm

United Process Service is a leading New York full service legal support company offering
process serving, in-court filing, e-filing, investigations and more.
 
United Process Service is located in the heart of Manhattan’s court district. We provide service of process within
New York State, nationally and internationally to legal professionals located in New York City and throughout the U.S.

As a multiple-time winner of the New York Law Journal’s Top 3 Best Process Server award, you can trust
United Process Service to be your comprehensive legal support provider. We’ve been in business since 1951
and bring decades of process serving experience.

Process Service

Service of process is the serving of legal papers that initiate a lawsuit or get served after an action has commenced. After legal documents are served, the process server must file in court a signed, notarized Affidavit of Service.

Court Services

United Process Service Inc. has been providing court services since 1975, servicing all Federal, State, Surrogate, Civil and various lower courts. From In-Person Filing to Electronic Filing, we do it all!

Investigative Services /
Skip Tracing

Together with Dan Levine Investigations, United Process Service offers comprehensive skip tracing and investigative services.

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May 5, 2020

As the pandemic is still raging through the U.S., Governor Cuomo has issued guidelines for the phased plan to re-open New York on a regional basis. Click link for details.

https://www.governor.ny.gov/new-york-forward/phased-plan-re-open-new-york#phased-plan-to-re-open-new-york

Also, here’s an article about Cushman & Wakefield redesigning office space (in the Netherlands) with social distancing and better hygiene in mind.  Every little bit helps towards creating a safer environment. Maybe you’ll feel inspired?

https://www.fastcompany.com/90488060/our-offices-will-never-be-the-same-after-covid-19-heres-what-they-could-look-like?utm_campaign=eem524%3A524%3As00%3A20200413_fc&utm_medium=Compass&utm_source=newsletter

Stay safe, stay healthy and United in this Process.

BestRegards,
Joel Graber and Staff

April 29, 2020
As Gov. Cuomo’s latest “New York on Pause” executive order is extended through May 15th, I am prepping United Process for a gradual, but ultimately fully-functioning office re-opening.
 
I’m in the process of installing plexiglass sneeze shields throughout the office which moves us towards a healthier work environment.  I am also researching ways to promote social distancing measures in the workplace. I would love to hear what your office is doing. Sharing best practices (aside from your law practice) will make for a safer New York.
I am still monitoring emails.  If you have new work, it will remain in my Inbox until the office reopens. If you are requesting documents from our database, I may be able to provide you with whatever can be accessed remotely. Given the restrictions, I will continue to do whatever I can.
Take extra good care of yourself. May we all look forward to a healthy and vibrant New York/world again.
Best Regards,
Joel Graber and Staff

 

April 13, 2020

Last week (4/7/20) Governor Cuomo issued Executive Order 202.14, continuing the temporary suspension of New York State non-essential businesses until April 29, 2020. Anything related to statutory time has been extended to May 7th.  This executive order (see link below) supersedes Executive Order 202.8 issued on March 20th, which extended the statutory time to April 19, 2020. 

https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/no-20214-continuing-temporary-suspension-and-modification-laws-relating-disaster-emergency

As always, I am monitoring emails.  If you have new work, it will remain in my Inbox until the office reopens. If you are requesting documents from our database, I will be able to provide you with whatever can be accessed remotely. 

If you need assistance with anything else, please ask.  I’m here.  I’ll do what I can.

Stay safe, stay healthy and United in this Process.

Best Regards,
Joel Graber and Staff

 


March 24, 2020

As you are aware, Governor Cuomo issued the "New York State on PAUSE" executive order for New York State non-essential businesses, directing them to close in-office personnel functions. This necessary effort to protect the public health will hopefully shorten the lifespan of this crisis. Thus, United Process Service, Inc. has discontinued all in-office functions and all process servers have stopped serving.

I am however, monitoring my emails and will respond throughout the day (at least it gives me something to do at home!) While I don’t have the ability to duplicate and send documents to you, I can answer certain questions. If you send a document for service, I will leave it in my inbox and when United restarts operations, I will process your request.  If you end up serving it some other way, please notify me immediately so I don’t serve it again when business resumes. I am always available at joel@unitedprocess.com so please be in touch if you have questions or concerns.

Updates will be posted on my website and through email as this fast-moving, quickly-changing state of affairs continues to unfold.

Stay safe, stay healthy and United in this Process.

Best Regards,
Joel Graber and Staff

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For the March 15, 2020 Updated Protocol from State of New York Unified Court Systems, click here:
https://www.nycourts.gov/whatsnew/pdf/Updated-Protocol-AttachmentA3.pdf 

 

 

 

 

 

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