Simple pricing. No surprises. Law Firms pay bounty only upon success.Transparent pricing. NO hidden fees or unnecessary mileage charges.

NOTE: The pricing on this page is for Law Firms Only
If you are an individual, please click on the "Individual DIY Cases" button to see pricing.
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*If received before 2 pm where documents will be served, attempts will begin on the same day and be completed within 24 hours to the best of the server’s ability.

How it works

Base Fee: Billed after 4 attempts have been completed.
Bounty: Billed in addition to the Base Fee when the serve is completed successfully.
Try us for free! If you are a paralegal or attorney for a Law Firm or Governmental Agency - sign up today and your first standard serve is free (a $75 value).

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FAQ

Is there a commitment?

If you are an attorney or a paralegal for a Law Firm, there’s no commitment when you sign up for PROOF. Try us out for a few serves alongside your current provider – you’ll quickly see what you’ve been missing out on. The first serve is free for law firms (a $75 value)!

What States is PROOF available in?

PROOF is available in all 50 States.

How do I know it is safe to provide my credit card to PROOF?

PROOF’s online payment transactions are powered by Stripe, one of the leading and most trusted payment processing platforms in the world. Stripe exceeds the most stringent industry security standards and is used and trusted by Fortune 500 companies such as Target, Lyft, Docusign and Booking.com. PROOF does not store your credit card information in our system. All transactions are securely processed by Stripe. All credit card numbers are encrypted and safely stored in Stripe's state of the art data-center. All transactions are SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protected. Stripe is a PCI Service Provider Level 1, which is the highest grade of payment processing security. The only thing we see at PROOF is whether a payment was approved or declined. For any further billing questions or issues, please email us at accounting@proofserve.com. Additional details about Stripe’s security features: All credit card numbers are encrypted at rest with AES-256. Decryption keys are stored on separate machines. None of Stripe’s internal servers and daemons are able to obtain plaintext card numbers.