SERVICES WE PROVIDE
With a dedicated team of experienced process servers, Cooke Process service knows the best way to address our clients’ needs. Your case is important to us — read on to learn about our areas of expertise.
Not all types of process service can be performed by a constable or indifferent person, in certain circumstances you may require a Connecticut State Marshal
PERSONAL PROCESS SERVICE
Constable Ray A. Cooke has a team of experts ready to advise in the Fairfield County area. Mechanics liens, prejudgment remedies, attachments, subpoenas and post-judgement procedures are just some of the many items we handle.
We extend our experiences to serve clients of all types and sizes. Give us a call now.
In Connecticut, Constables are authorized by law to serve Civil Process. They are public officials entrusted to enforce the collection of civil judgments, or other court or administrative orders, in which money needs to be collected or property claimed. Such actions include wage, bank, property executions, and tax warrants.
BANK, WAGE & PROPERTY EXECUTION
We are experts in Bank, Wage & Property Executions. Having obtained a judgment, the most difficult task lies ahead in collecting it. Often a judgment debtor will fail to pay in accordance with the terms of the judgment. Several options are available to judgment creditors and plaintiff’s counsel under the Connecticut General Statutes, Constable Ray A. Cooke has experience in post-judgment collection procedures.
We are available to meet 24/7/365 to discuss our services. We pride ourselves in getting the job done right and on time. We are able to complete your service in time and on budget. We are able to perform "in person" and "abode" service.
Please contact us for our nationwide service options.
Financial Institution Execution
Financial Institution Execution or a ‘bank execution’ makes demand upon any bank branch and seizes any monies of the defendant which are not considered ‘exempt funds’. A judgment creditor may apply for an execution with the court where the judgment was obtained. With a signed execution, you may seize up to the total amount of the unpaid judgment, plus costs, interest and our fee, which is added to the total amount due.
A wage execution directs a Defendant’s employer to pay over a portion of the Defendant’s wages and apply them to the total amount of the unpaid judgment, plus costs, interest and servers fee, which is added to the total amount due. The maximum amount which can be legally withheld from an employee’s wages is 25% of his/her disposable earnings for each week.
CONSTABLE RAY A. COOKE
Expert Process Service
Constable Cooke was able to complete the process service in less than one hour!
Would definitely use him again.
Frank Edwards ESQ.