|In Connecticut, State Marshals and Constables are the only officials authorized by law to serve Civil Process. The Marshals below have been Deputy Sheriffs and State Marshals between 15 - 20 years.
We are involved in serving summons & complaints for all State and Federal courts in any actions including but not limited to:
- Personal Injury
- Summary Process (eviction)
We are also the only officials authorized by law to do all of the following services:
- Financial Executions
- Property Executions
- Wage Executions
- Capias (bench warrants)
We also serve the following Court Papers:
- Notice of Deposition
- Mechanic's Liens
- Broker's Liens
- Lis Pendens
- Notices to Quit Possession
- Withholding Orders
- Small Claims
Connecticut General Statutes �52-261 govern the fees we charge for service of civil process. You may contact the Marshals below for a fee quote for service in the Fairfield County area or click on the link to consult the Statewide Marshal's List.
Connecticut General Statute Title 52 contains most of the civil process rules. Statutes involving Corporations can be found in Title 33 and Limited Liability and Partnerships are in Title 34.
Connecticut Corporate Information can be found at the Secretary of State's website.