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Effective August 1, 2020, our temporary new location during the covid-19 crisis, the company address has been changed as follows: From 388 County Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts 02740 To 15 Digger Drive, N. Dartmouth, Massachusetts, 02747

No matter what your service needs are, we likely have the ability and the knowledge to assist you. If you are in need of a fast and reliable constable service that will be able to ensure quick document service upon another party, then we want to talk to you.


When you need a fast and reliable MA process server to deliver documentation to another party for you, you need a Massachusetts constable from Moniz & Latimer Constable Service.


When you need to ensure a job done right, the first time, you can rely on Moniz & Latimer Constable Service. We are here to assist you with your needs and we look forward to becoming the Massachusetts constable service that you can count on.


Moniz & Latimer Constable Service is fully bonded and specialize in constable services that are done with integrity and to the letter of the law. We maintain 2 million dollars of Liability Insurance as well as 1 million dollars of Worker's Compensation Insurance.


  • Writs and Trustee Process
  • Real Estate Attachments
  • Land Court Process
  • Executions
  • Supplementary Process in any amount
  • Small Claims Notices and Notices to Show Cause
  • All Process under Mass. G.L. Chap. 239
  • Summary Process, Ejectments, etc.
  • Notices of all kinds and Demands
  • Capias Civil Arrest
  • Probate Court Process, Domestic Relations
  • Subpoenas: Criminal, Civil, Federal
  • And other certain writs and papers from District Courts


Constables in Massachusetts

The office of constable finds its origin in the ancient Roman civilization as Comes Stabuli (Count of the Stable) the commander of the Roman cavalry. In feudal times the office of constable was one of high military rank. The constable was the highest judge in military offenses and in questions of chivalry and honor, eventually becoming the ex officio commander in chief of the military forces.


Our Offices

  • As Law Enforcement Officers, our fundamental duty is to serve mankind: to safeguard lives and property: to protect the innocent against deception, the weak against oppression of intimidation and the peaceful against violence or disorder: and to respect the Constitutional Rights of all persons to liberty, equality and justice. --- Law Enforcement Officer's Code of Ethics