ASPC Yuma (Dakota)" P.O. Box 13007, Arizona and the Process Servers Who Serve Inmates There in Yuma

Welcome to our directory if you are looking to have your documents served by a Process Server or documents notarized by a licensed Notary you arrived at the right place. In this directory, you will discover local Process Servers and mobile Notaries capable of serving, delivering and notarizing documents to inmates housed in ASPC Yuma (Dakota)" situated at P.O. Box 13007, Yuma, Arizona.

SKR Process

Joe Constance

Yuma, Arizona 85366

A1 Process Service

Austin Smith

Yuma, Arizona 85366

Highest Level Process Services

Edna Solomon

Yuma, Arizona 85366

Allied Process Services

Larry Rich

Yuma, Arizona 85366

All State Process Servers

Christopher Hawkins

Yuma, Arizona 85366

Guaranteed Process

Azuf Mendoza

Yuma, Arizona 85366



The process of serving and delivering legal documents to a respondent, defendant, witness, or inmate is a common and straightforward task for a private Process Server. Process Servers who specialize in serving inmates at "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)" take on the responsibility of coordinating with the facility, scheduling appointments, traveling to the location, waiting, and ultimately meeting the inmate to serve them with your important documents. If its a mobile notary you are in need of, same thing, the notary will act similarly as the notary task is straight forward too.

It's important to note that most prisons and correctional facilities, including "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)," typically grant private Process Servers and licensed Notaries direct access to inmates, provided the Process Server and or Notary adheres to the specific rules and regulations established by the Warden and/or Management. However, some facilities and prisons may have restrictions on allowing private Process Servers and Public Notaries sign and to serve legal process. Therefore, it is your responsibility to confirm whether our Process Server or Notary will be granted access to the inmate before engaging our service providers. While they will make their best effort to deliver your legal documents and or have documents notarized, we cannot guarantee success. You are compensating us for our time and attempts to serve the process and obtain signed notary documents.

Before retaining any service providers services, please verify that "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)," located at P.O. Box 13007 in Yuma, Arizona, permits private Process Servers and Public Notaries access for the purpose of service of process. Prison policies may change, and you must ensure that the current policy aligns with state and federal statutes that require personal service.

"ASPC Yuma (Dakota)," Located at P.O. Box 13007, Yuma, Arizona

Every inmate, defendant, respondent, witness, or individual incarcerated at "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)" is subject to the same laws and statutes as any other individual not in custody. When we perform service of process, our Process Servers ensure that your service is carried out in compliance with all relevant laws, statutes, and the policies of the correctional facility or institution. Upon completing service of process, we document all service details, including the date, time, and the titles of all served documents, in a formal and court-compliant Affidavit/Proof of Service.

Whether there is a prison, institution, or correctional facility in Yuma within Yuma County, Arizona, there is likely a jail where we can serve an inmate with your documents. It is your responsibility to provide us with the exact location and address where the inmate, defendant, respondent, or witness may be detained. We will attempt to serve legal process on individuals in jail, just as we would with those incarcerated elsewhere.

In summary, whether you need to serve an inmate, respondent, defendant, or witness at ASPC Yuma (Dakota)," located at P.O. Box 13007 in Yuma County County, Arizona, or an individual in a local jail in Yuma or anywhere in Yuma County County, we are committed to making every effort to deliver your crucial court documents directly to the intended recipient. Please be aware that in some cases, the facility housing the inmate may not allow us to perform service of process. We assume that you have contacted the facility and confirmed the individual's incarceration status and that the facility will authorize service of process on the inmate.

Information Needed About the Inmate Before Initiating Your Service of Process Request at "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)"

1. You must have the full legal name of the inmate / defendant / respondent at the "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)" at P.O. Box 13007, Yuma, Arizona before we can proceed with our services.

2. You must have the inmate's registration or identification number issued by the institution, facility or jail, especially at "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)."

3. You must confirm the policies of the "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)" with respect to Process Servers entering its facility for the purposes of meeting with the inmate / defendant / respondent so that service of process can be made. It is your responsibility, entirely, to confirm with powers that be at ""ASPC Yuma (Dakota)"," what its policies are before hiring us.

4. You should try to find out the name of the case manager.

5. You should try to find out the name of the administrator in charge of appointments.

6. Ascertain the hours of operations and what times are permitted for service of process. We know the "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)" located at P.O. Box 13007 changes its hours frequently and we urge you to confirm accordingly.

7. It is important to remember that the safety and effectiveness at "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)" depends on the staff adhering to a strict routine. Private Process Servers need to submit to that routine and understand that they are a visitor under the control of the staff once they enter. This is one of the main aspects relating to service of process services and whether we will have direct access to the inmate.

Despite being Incarcerated in "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)" at P.O. Box 13007, an Inmate Can Refuse to See a Visitor.

Therefore, a Process Server and or Notary Can Go to "ASPC Yuma (Dakota)" and Attempt to Provide Service, But If the Inmate Refuses to meet the Process Server or Notary, Your Service may be delayed and or suspended.