In Connecticut, State Marshals are officials authorized by law to
serve Civil Process including but not limited to:
- Personal Injury
- Summary Process
- Notice to Quit
- Service on the
Secretary of State
Marshalls are also authorized by law to do all of the following
- Financial Executions
- Property Executions
- Wage Executions
Connecticut General Statutes
govern the fees State Marshals charge for service of civil process.
contact Marshal John M. McNicholas with
any questions or for a fee quote for service.