A CT State Marshal is an official authorized by law to serve Civil Process.
In Connecticut, a CT State Marshal or a town Constable are the only officials authorized by law to serve Civil Process. CONTACT US if you need Civil Process services.
A CT State Marshal is appointed to work as a independent contractor, as well as a public officer with the status of peace officer, to make service of process in civil judicial and administrative proceedings and to do legal executions.
A CT State Marshal is appointed by county to work within their county unless authorized by statute to go to other counties, or to work statewide. A CT State Marshal may effectuate process statewide if serving a multiple defendant writ with at least one defendant in the officer’s county OR if service can be made upon an out of state defendant, the Secretary of the State of Connecticut, the Attorney General of the State of Connecticut, the Department of Motor Vehicles, or the Insurance Commissioner.
A CT State Marshal is hired directly by citizens, attorneys, the state, businesses, or others who need to give notice to others of civil court proceedings, such as court and small claims actions, subpoenas, family court orders, or administrative proceedings, or other areas where civil process is needed. A CT State Marshal is also hired to enforce the collection of judgments, or other court or administrative orders, in which money needs to be collected or property claimed. Such actions include wage, bank and property executions, evictions and tax warrants.
In Connecticut, a CT State Marshal or a Constable are the only officials authorized by law to serve Civil Process. State Marshal Brian Mezick has a wealth of experience having worked as a paralegal in a law firm doing a high volume of civil litigation, including evictions, foreclosures, personal injury and collections.
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The 27 Connecticut towns located in New Haven County in which we are authorized to serve Civil Process include: