New Orleans' Leading Investigative Agency






Includes all types of Serves - Local, Out of State & Federal

Citations - Petitions - Subpoenas - Summons - Complaints - Notices - Personal


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       $100 - Local address provided.

       $300 - Locate and serve, difficult or evading within

                   local area.

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Personal Service add $50

Note: Personal service is not always required and could delay your serve.

Rush Service add $50

Notorized Affidavit add $25

Service beyond local area may incur additional cost.

Please be sure to send me your 'Return Service' and or Affidavit along with your pre-pay fee. Note: For all cases originating in Louisiana, you must file a motion to have me appointed by the Judge in your case. This is usually after the Sheriff's office has been unable to complete the serve. This would be considered a Difficult, or Evading type of serve and the fee would be $300. Please send me a copy of the "Motion to Appoint" with the papers to be served. Fees can be paid via Paypal (Buy Now) link below or by sending a check with the papers to:

Ed Prevost

PO Box 1178

Mandeville, LA 70470-1178

Please call me with any questions:

(504) 376-4011



NOTE: Please indicate if your defendant may be mentally unstable,

has a history of violence, alcohol or drug abuse.


Give me a call to see how promptly

your papers can be served! (985) 727-9109




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Brief History Of Parishes in Louisiana

The state of Louisiana is divided into parishes in the same way that the other states of the United States are divided into counties. In colonial Louisiana, which was officially Roman Catholic under both France and Spain, civil government was centered on the ecclesiastical governing unit. After the Louisiana Purchase, Territorial Governor William C. C. Claiborne and his Legislative Council in 1805 divided Orleans Territory into twelve counties. Their boundaries were somewhat indefinite, but they generally coincided with the old church parishes, and kept the same names. In 1807, the territorial legislature passed an act dividing the territory into nineteen parishes but without abolishing the earlier twelve counties. For several years following this, both terms were used pretty much interchangeably. When a constitutional convention met in 1811 to prepare for Louisiana's admission as a state, they organized the state into seven judicial districts as groups of parishes. The first official map of the state, in 1816, continued the use of the term, as did the revised Constitution of 1845. Louisiana's primary civil divisions have been officially known as parishes ever since.


Areas Served

504 Area Code

Algiers, Arabi, Avondale, Barataria, Beachview, Belle Chasse, Bridge City, Broadmoor, Bywater, Carrollton, Chalmette, Chef Menteur, Custom House, Cypress Gardens, Delacroix, Elmwood, Francis Place, Gentilly, Green Lawn Terrace, Gretna, Harahan, Harvey, Hi Land, Hopedale, Jefferson, Kenilworth, Kenner, Lafayette Square, Lafitte, Marrero, Meraux, Metairie, New Orleans, Poydras, Providence, Reggio, River Ridge, Saint Bernard, Saint Bernard Grove, Shell Beach, Shrewsbury, South Kenner, Terrytown, Toca, Uncle Sam, Verret, Vieux Carre, Violet, Waggaman, Wakefield, Westwego

985 Area Code

Abita Springs, Akers, Allemand, Ama, Amelia, Amite, Angie, Arcola, Bayou Blue, Bayou Vista, Belair, Belle Point, Berwick, Bogalusa, Bohemia, Boothville, Bourg, Boutte, Braithwaite, Buras, Burrwood, Bush, Calumet, Carlisle, Chauvin, Claiborne, Cocodrie, Covington, Cut Off, Davant, Des Allemands, Destrehan, Donner, Dulac, Edgard, Empire, Fluker, Folsom, Franklinton, Galliano, Garyville, Gheens, Gibson, Glenwild, Golden Meadow, Good Hope, Grand Isle, Grangeville, Gray, Hahnville, Hammond, Hillsdale, Home Place, Hootenville, Houma, Husser, Idlewild, Independence, Ironton, Kentwood, Killona, Kraemer, La Place, Labadieville, Lacombe, Laplace, Larose, Lees Creek, Leeville, Lewisburg, Lions, Little Caillou, Lockport, Loranger, Luling, Madisonville, Mandeville, Mathews, Mitch, Mitchell City, Montegut, Montpelier, Montz, Morgan City, Mount Airy, Mount Hermon, Myrtle Grove, Napoleonville, Natalbany, New Sarpy, New Zion, Norco, North Shore, Ormond, Ostrica, Paincourtville, Paradis, Patterson, Pearl River, Pierre Part, Pilottown, Plainview, Plattenville, Pointe A la Hache, Ponchatoula, Port Eads, Port Sulphur, Potash, Raceland, Reserve, Rio, Riverwood, Robert, Roseland, Saint Benedict, Saint Charles, Saint Gertrude, Saint Rose, Schriever, Sheridan, Slidell, South Pass, Springcreek, Sun, Sunnyhill, Talisheek, Tangipahoa, Theriot, Thibodaux, Thomas, Tickfaw, Triumph, Uneedus, Varnado, Venice, Wallace, West Pointe A la Hache

225 Area Code

Addis, Albany, Angola, Bains, Baker, Batchelor, Baton Rouge, Bayou Goula, Belle Rose, Blanks, Brittany, Bruly Saint Martin, Brusly, Bueche, Burnside, Carville, Central, Chipola, Clinton, Commerce Park, Convent, Darrow, Denham Springs, Dennis Mills, Donaldsonville, Duplessis, Erwinville, Ethel, Fordoche, French Settlement, Galvez, Gateway, Geismar, Glynn, Gonzales, Gramercy, Greensburg, Greenwell Springs, Grosse Tete, Hardwood, Head of Island, Hester, Holden, Iberville, Innis, Jackson, Jarreau, Killian, Labarre, Lake, Lakeland, Lettsworth, Livingston, Livonia, Lottie, Lutcher, Magnolia, Maringouin, Maurepas, McCall, Modeste, Morganza, New Roads, Norwood, One American Place, Oscar, Paulina, Pine Grove, Plaquemine, Point Clair, Port Allen, Port Vincent, Prairieville, Pride, Ramah, Rosedale, Rougon, Saint Amant, Saint Francisville, Saint Gabriel, Saint James, Scotlandville, Slaughter, Sorrento, Southern, Springfield, Sunshine, The Bluffs, Torbert, Tunica, Vacherie, Ventress, Walker, Watson, Weyanoke, White Castle, Wilson, Zachary, Zion City