Massachusetts Process Server

Our principal has over thirty-two years experience as a deputy sheriff, chief civil deputy sheriff, constable, process server, paralegal and investigator in Massachusetts. He is a graduate of Bentley College's (now Bentley University) Paralegal program, one of the first paralegal programs in the Nation to obtain ABA accreditation; he is a graduate of the Massachusetts Criminal Justice Training Council; various in-service yearly training programs with the Massachusetts Sheriff's Association; is the former Secretary of the Massachusetts Deputy Sheriff's Association, which is the statewide association for all sheriffs and deputy sheriffs in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; has attended Framingham State University; and regularly enrolls in and completes credit courses and seminars offered by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., and its various programs. He is also an active member of the Massachusetts Paralegal Association and the National Federation of Paralegal Associations.

Our principal has also been responsible for the reorganization, and computerization of two of the civil process offices of the sheriff of one county in Massachusetts. He has been involved in many different cases over the years from simple serving of a notice to quit in an eviction, to complex international criminal and civil investigations, such as one case in the U.S., Hong Kong, the People's Republic of China, and in Macau (a territory of Portugal) involving a criminal and civil copyright infringement complaint brought in the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts, involving counsel from Boston, New York, and Hong Kong, as well as investigators in Hong Kong, the People's Republic of China and Macau. He has executed numerous federal writs such as search warrants, seizure orders and the like issued from the Federal courts and directed to the U.S. Marshals Office and the civil process offices of the county sheriff in Massachusetts.

Our principal has also conducted, directed, and participated in many local cases, ranging from locating, and arresting targets, and locating and seizing assets named in district, superior, and probate court process, and has been involved in child custody and parental kidnapping cases. One of which involved locating children kidnapped in Colorado, unwillingly brought to Massachusetts, and by virtue of the probate court's ordered issuance of a writ of habeas corpus, oversaw, accompanied, and returned the children to the mother, and to the court of original jurisdiction in Colorado. He was also involved in the investigation, location and execution of search and seizure warrants involving Bearer Bonds secretly being shipped in a cargo container to Paris, France, totalling hundreds of thousands of dollars, along with numerous works of fine art. He was instrumental as well in tracking, and eventually arresting a target after a year and a half investigation, who was ordered to return over two hundred thousand dollars to the probate court. Not only was the target arrested and turned over to the court, the missing money was recovered in cash in the target's automobile trunk, at the time of his arrest.

Our principal has also been involved in the execution of various courts' of different jurisdictions orders such as: the seizure of an entire eighty thousand-plus, square foot frozen shrimp processing facility; seizures of high-end automobiles, motorcycles, planes, boats, and rail cars; seizures of restaurants, bars and businesses; seizures and sales of real and personal property; bulk personal property attachments; keeper attachments; seizures of bank accounts, and safe deposit boxes; seizures of liquor licenses; seizures of carnivals, vending machines and many other items of personal and business property.

Contact

R.Scott Gonfrade
281 Concord Street
Framingham, MA 01702
Office: (508) 872-0192
Mobile: (508) 395-0385

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